Callbacks fail

Sean Cole (Pi) sean at pidigital.co.uk
Mon Mar 12 14:15:21 CET 2018


Hi Peter

325625625 is only 32.5sec of video. 552892592040 would be 55290 seconds,
which is 921 mins, which is 15.35hrs! If it was 55 billion, that would make
more sense. Can you just recheck your numbers and also let us know what
format video you are using, codec, wrapper, etc. Also, which version of LC
are you using?

Cheers

Sean Cole
*Pi Digital *

On 11 March 2018 at 20:15, Peter Bogdanoff via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I’m working on a project that has a 1-1/2 hour video playing. I’m using
> callbacks to display subtitle text in a field. When a callback is sent from
> the player, the appropriate text is shown.
>
> This work great on Mac, not so good on Windows. On Windows, the callbacks
> seem to stop arriving after about a minute, and the player stops
> functioning correctly. The player timeScale and subsequent callbacks are
> set up:
>
> Mac timeScale = 2997, last callback in the video = 16661913
> Win timeScale = 10,000,000, last callback in the video = 552892592040
>
> So, should I be surprised that in Windows a callback of 552 billion might
> not work? The callbacks seem to stop coming around 325625625.
>
> Peter
> ArtsInteractive
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