revdev at pdslabs.net
Fri Sep 29 11:25:33 EDT 2006
Hi Steve -
You can check the QTVersion before starting the player. If the QTVersion = 0.0,
QT is not installed.
Stgoldberg at aol.com wrote:
> Lately I've been incorporating Quicktime mp4 movies into my Rev standalones.
> When distributing the standalones to others, I've included the Quicktime
> Player installer, in case they do not have Quicktime (especially Windows users).
> If they forget to install Quicktime, the movie instead appears as a blank
> space. My question is as follows:
> Is there some way, if the user forgets to install Quicktime, that I can have
> a message in the blank space indicating that the user should install
> Quicktime? It would be sort similar to what developers do on a web page when a
> picture doesn't appear; instead there is text explaining what the subject of the
> picture is. I tried putting a field over the Quicktime movie area with text in
> it. However, the blank Quicktime box remains layered over the text. Any
> suggestions? Thanks.
> Steve Goldberg
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