If PSMedia has its own .fp7 files, include them in the list when you bind the solution. Also ensure that they are in the same folder as your solution file.
Looks like it has a .fmx file.
I suggest you contact the plugin author. Some plugins do not work with runtimes, or there could be a licensing issue.
I sent away to the supplier (with no reply), but I sent the same issue to a competitor at New Millenium (that does the same thing only it is 3 times more expensive), and they said that they supply the .fmx file and this format is how the extension plug-ins usually work, but these files work fine for the runtimes.
My question is: When I try to include the .fmx file for runtime, it only looks for .fm7 files and when I forced .fmx by typing "PS MediaPlayer.fmx" (in the file field of the file chooser dialogue) (the .fmx file was sitting in the filemaker/extensions folder) it said that that in was not a filemaker file or was badly damaged. Does anyone know what to do here?
"fmx" is the file extension for Filemaker plugins (on Windows). You do NOT bind plugins when creating the runtime. After creating the runtime, copy the plugin to the runtime's Extensions folder.
Thank you very much.
It worked perfectly.