m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Fri Sep 29 12:33:05 EDT 2006
If the QTVersion is 0.0, QuickTime is not installed (except on Unix,
where QTVersion always returns 2.0). If for some reason this doesn't
work for you, you could check for QuickTime application files or
check the registry if you are on Windows.
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Op 29-sep-2006, om 17:03 heeft Stgoldberg at aol.com het volgende
> Lately I've been incorporating Quicktime mp4 movies into my Rev
> When distributing the standalones to others, I've included the
> 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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