Multimedia Authoring - Quicktime Dead?

Henk van der Velden henk at
Sat Oct 21 15:35:41 EDT 2006

Ehm, I feel some need to correct this.

I have been using LiveStage Pro for many years, and at least as far  
as the buttons are concerned, it's just a matter of telling which  
images (or movies) you want for each roll over state. Next to that  
there are many so called behaviors that can be attached to objects.  
For example if you want an object to bounce inside a box, you can  
just attach the behavior to it, fill in some parameters and you're done.

Of course LSP has it's limitations, but they are (at least) as much  
QuickTime's limitations as they are LSP's.

Kind regards,

Henk v.d. Velden
iGlow Media
Magda Janssenslaan 36

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On 21-okt-2006, at 17:16, use-revolution-request at wrote:

> Greg,
> No I have not and the Qscript does look very much like javascript  
> so I can see what you mean.
> Tom
> On Oct 21, 2006, at 11:10 AM, GregSmith wrote:
>> Thomas:
>> LiveStage would be the "premiere" QuickTime authoring environment,  
>> but have
>> you tried authoring in it?  I find it extremely confusing, at  
>> best.  As far
>> as I can tell, even the simplest interactivity must be scripted in  
>> Qscript,
>> which looks to me, like another javascript clone.  This is great for
>> programmers, but not for me.
>> Thanks,
>> Greg Smith

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