OT: Quicktime Bundling
david at openpartnership.net
Tue Jun 5 07:25:00 CDT 2007
No - QTVR, but it does play everything, and it does play most of the
QuickTime files I have tried better than QuickTime Player which I still find
hard to believe. IMO it would be better to use a VLC based external than
QuickTime for the majority of projects.
On 02/06/07, Richard Gaskin <ambassador at fourthworld.com> wrote:
> Mark Talluto wrote:
> > On Jun 2, 2007, at 12:22 AM, Scott Kane wrote:
> >> On another note - Linux and QuickTime. Are there any options for a
> >> Rev solution using QuickTime to be compiled for Linux and use one
> >> of the QuickTime replacements like "QuickTime for Linux" that seem
> >> to exist?
> > Right now we are stuck with the very antiquated xAnim. I am hoping
> > that the next release of Rev that supports Linux will have this
> > little problem resolved. There is an enhancement request in BZ 2290
> > for improved multimedia support for Linux.
> Last time I looked into the QuickTime for Linux project it was pretty
> anemic. Of course so it XAnim.
> What current video APIs are available for Linux? And in terms of
> features, how do they compare with QT?
> Richard Gaskin
> Fourth World Media Corporation
> Ambassador at FourthWorld.com http://www.FourthWorld.com
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