QT player question
chris at carroll-davis.co.uk
Mon Apr 4 09:40:23 CDT 2005
your solution works fine, but you were beaten off-list.
>> use: the paused of player x
doh! as simple as that!!!!
I *hate* missing simple stuff!
On 4 Apr 2005, at 15:25, Klaus Major wrote:
> Hi Chris,
>> Hello all -
>> I expect this is an easy question, but I can't seem to see how to do
>> it! How do I see if a player is playing?
> Watch very hard :-)
>> The playrate property always returns 1 (I want to play movies at
>> normal speed)
> The playrate determines the plaback speed of your movie and 0 means
> that a playing
> movie is currently paused ;-)
>> I had thought it might return "0" if the movie was not playing.
>> The movie() function only seems to work with video clips, not player
>> objects. So I can't say "if the movie is done..."
>> I need the equivalent of a "playing()" function that would return
>> true or false.
> Since there is no direct way to dtermine what you want, use a little
> function movie_is_playing
> put the currenttime of player xyz into ct
> wait 10 millisecs
> return (the currenttime fo player xyz < ct)
> ##will be true if the movie is inded playing, else will be false
> end movie_is_playing
> Here i just check 2 different "times" and see if they are identical or
> Hope that helps...
>> A (virtual) Mars bar to the first person with the answer!!!
> Klaus Major
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