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Short answer, no! However, there are several xtras available that i believe bypass having to have quicktime installed, these cost $£. See Mpeg Advanced Xtra- http://xtras.tabuleiro.com/products/mpeg_advance/index.tdb
You could try an alternative format such as realmedia, avi, DVD, beware though, these are still dependant on your user having the relavant players installed. I think the best solution though is to convert your movies into swf's. These will play within director and only require the swf xtra included within director. Therefore, this will play on any machine regardless of what is installed! Bingo.
I reccomemend MPEG Advanced.
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I recommend MPEG Advanced Xtra. It is cross platform and will not
require and end user software requirements. And is easy to use.
Another Xtra is the MediaPlayer Xtra
If your video works well in mpeg-1 format, I would not suggest you
change it to -
avi - old format, may need software requirements for newer codecs
realmedia - need realmedia player, less installed than Quicktime
DVD - will also need software
The option of converting it to swf as suggested by otterman may be OK
but depends on your video. It can create problems of synching. If you go
with FLV (Flash Video) you can play it through a swf in Director but
it's less easy to control.
So, my suggestion is just go with mpeg1 but use an Xtra. It will be a
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