Quicktime versus Animation Manager (No subject)

Bill Vlahos bvlahos at jpl.nasa.gov
Mon Mar 4 12:10:00 EST 2002

I don't know how feasible this would be but you could make the 
"unbroken" art and words a button with the unbroken button icon and then 
change the hilited state to another graphic which could be a "broken" 
icon or even an animated gif.


On Monday, March 4, 2002, at 08:41  AM, Troy Rollins wrote:

> On Monday, March 4, 2002, at 08:34 AM, Tim Chambers wrote:
>>  A few GIFS of manipulated clip art and words broken into syllables 
>> with sound as they display on the screen.
> Sorry Tim, I'm still a bit confused as to where we are trying to help 
> you go. You want to time gifs to audio? You have QuickTimes or the 
> means to make them which already have the audio timed against the 
> images?
> Taking a guess, it sounds as though you have a desire to time visuals 
> to audio. I would recommend and external package to create QuickTimes 
> (iMovie or QuickTime player pro will do this.) Then you bring your 
> QuickTime into a QuickTime player control object - from there you can 
> use script to display the player when you want, and trigger the play 
> events when you want.
> Are we getting there?
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> Troy
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