Forwarding wmv video directly to Dreamscene [WIN7]

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Forwarding wmv video directly to Dreamscene [WIN7]

So, I finally got around to getting Dreamscene to work with my Win 7 (64bit) Laptop.

The only thing I find quite annoying, is that I have to "right click" a video file (.wmv/.mpg) and select "Set a Background" each time I want to change the video file.

Is there a way to 'directly forward' a video file to the Dreamscene process ?

Any help appreciated:

pasc

(and sorry for being so scarce in the Detail department.. The internet isn't helpful if it comes to Dreamscene)
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Dreamscene isn't a normal part of windows 7, presumably you installed a program for it. Perhaps that .exe file has commandline options you can use for that purpose.
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