Windows MIDI utilizes software MIDI, not Mac
bruce_oneel at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 3 10:03:39 UTC 1999
I think (no NDA) that Quicktime for Java is not quicktime rewritten
in Java, but, rather, a Java interface to the native quicktime. This
pretty much means Win and Mac only.
Some Quicktime media can be played with xanim though on unix.
J Chapman <carolan at pmail.net> wrote:
> >(Is there a Unix Flavor?) Even so, why wouldn't it make sense for
> >synthesizer to be componentized, so that the "front-end" can be
used with a
> >host of applications including, but not limited to Squeak, the
> >synthesizers available via serial lines AND Quicktime, Microsoft
> There are any number of MIDI players for Unix operating systems. I'm
> sure of its status, but Apple is meant to have a Quicktime for Java,
> which would increase its portability a great deal. The remaining
> question, of course, is whether Quicktime for Java is as good and
> featureful as a native code implementation.
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