Quicktime callbacks?

Trevor DeVore lists at mangomultimedia.com
Thu Nov 29 10:15:58 EST 2007

On Nov 29, 2007, at 4:53 AM, Chipp Walters wrote:

> Due to the fact that the QT on XP doesn't respect any of the SMIL
> extension commands when used with SMIL files, I'm having to roll my
> own timeslider with progress indicator.
> I was wondering if there are any undocumented QT callbacks I can use
> for this, or do I just have to handle the 'playStarted' and
> 'playStopped' messages and do a 'send in time' to update the position
> of the timeline slider?
> Thanks if anyone knows a better way to handle this...OR a way to
> display the timeline in a WinXP player object when opening a SMIL file
> (I'm pretty sure I've correctly used all the SMIL Extensions)


1) I'm not aware of any callbacks that Revolution exposes.

2) For my projects I just use send in time to monitor playback.

3) When you mention the SMIL extensions are you referring to the QT  
ones mentioned at the url below?


If so and you already tried <smil qt:time-slider="true"/> then I don't  
know what else to try. If you have tried <smil qt:time-slider="true"/>  
then see if it works for you.

Trevor DeVore
Blue Mango Learning Systems
www.bluemangolearning.com    -    www.screensteps.com

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