[squeak-dev] MPEG movies and yore 2
John M McIntosh
johnmci at smalltalkconsulting.com
Thu Jan 14 01:52:53 UTC 2010
Time is better spent porting the movie logic from Sophie to Squeak.
I doubt the mpeg player will be offered for 64bit squeak.
Sophie uses quicktime to play video/audio. Works very very well.
Most windows machines have quicktime on them as a side effect of the user's desire to run iTunes.
Linux boxs. Well there are quicktime *clones*, one could figure it out.
The Sophie abstraction *does* grind it way thru different solutions for audio/video if quicktime is not there,
On 2010-01-13, at 12:57 PM, Chris Cunnington wrote:
> Actually, I've found a great Audio & Video library on SqueakSource. And 3.10 has a MovieMorph, which produces little more than a pink square. I guess these two could combine to produce the same movie playing ability as I found in Squeak 2.8. Does anybody have any tips on doing this? Is there an existing MoviePlayerMorph that'll work in 3.10 I can get from somewhere or do I need to build one out of the MovieMorph included in 3.10? Hmmm....
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