: Playing audio clips

Eric Chatonet eric.chatonet at sosmartsoftware.com
Wed Oct 12 09:18:25 EDT 2005

Hi Jim,

You might be interested in "How to Monitor a QuickTime Player by  
Script", a tutorial available through "Tutorials Picker".
On my website or Rev Online (user: So Smart Software)

> 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.
> Print function included.

Best Regards from Paris,

Eric Chatonet.

Le 12 oct. 05 à 02:02, Jim Hurley a écrit :

> New problem:  I have a scrollbar which I would like to use to  show  
> the progress of the player. I have tried the following:
> on update
>   set the thumbposition of scrollbar "duration" to the currenttime  
> of player myPlayer
>   send "update" to me in 1 sec
> end update
> But the "Send" command momentarily interrupts the player and the  
> speech is bumpy. Is there an asynchronous way to iterate the update  
> without  using a "send" command?

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