Player Duration to hh:mm:ss

Eric Chatonet eric.chatonet at sosmartsoftware.com
Mon Dec 19 11:50:38 CST 2005


Hi Garret,

The "How to Monitor a QuickTime Player by Script" tutorial might help  
you:
This stack shows you how to monitor a QT player to play music (mp3  
included) and provide all the usual commands, and more, to the user.
How to know if the right version of QT is installed, manage  
durations, progress, quick searches, sound level, loops, play-lists,  
etc.
The main commands are embedded in a scripted group, which you can  
export into any project. This scripted group is able to monitor, not  
only sound files, but also the video files as well.

You will find the function you need in it :-)

You will access this tutorial through "Tutorials Picker" a free  
plugin that interfaces with the So Smart Software website in order to  
display all available tutorials stacks directly from the web.
You will find it by going to http://www.sosmartsoftware.com/.
Revolution/Plugins or Tutorials section.


Best Regards from Paris,
Eric Chatonet
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Le 19 déc. 05 à 18:46, Garrett Hylltun a écrit :

> Is there a command or function to convert the Player duration into  
> hh:mm:ss?
> I know that the following gives me the total seconds of the media  
> file, but I'm lost as to how to convert
> divide duration of Player "objPlayerMain" by the timeScale of  
> player "objPlayerMain"
> I browsed through the documentation and saw a few things like  
> "convert", but could not see how to use it in this situation.
> I'm still a newb with Rev, but some things are coming along fine,  
> while other still seem to confuse me a bit like the above.




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