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"mwh71057" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I can't seem to get my QT movies to play on the Internet - is there some
> secret? They play fine as an .osx, but when I compress the .dir to a .dcr,
> no longer works. yes I know that they are linked, so the .dcr is in the
> folder as the .mov's. I am stumped. If there is an article or tutorial
> somewhere - lead me to it please.... Thanks.
What is an .osx?
That's the extension for a Mac projector in OS X.
"Rob Dillon" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> That's the extension for a Mac projector in OS X.
Thanks, I did not know that.
What, no one knows how to properly get a quickTime movie to stream on the Internet?
Are you testing it on your local machine, or have you uploaded it all?
Perhaps you could issue a preloadNetThing() command against the QT file
and wait for it to complete successfully before playing it.
Is the QT movie set to stream and is streaming turned on at the member
The cast member is checked as "streaming"
Not sure about the QT movie itself, how would I check or change if not?
Never used preloadNetThing() before.......
Thanks for a response.
> Not sure about the QT movie itself, how would I check or change if not?
Using QT Player
> Never used preloadNetThing() before.......
So try my suggestion.
Again, are you viewing locally or have you uploaded it all to a server?
used the preloadNetThing
Compressed QT with H.264 & AAC, fast start - works great
You must have the latest shockwave & QT to view.
Thanks for the help!