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12-07-2001 15:47

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TNT do take a look at the Quick Time docs sometime very soon... I think your will be surprised that you could probably add movie suport in about an hour.

QT programming really is that easy...
Move it up the list of features... it not a pain to do.



01-16-2002 16:35

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Jason Anderson

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That is a pretty neat idea. I wouldn't need it since I have no way to create QT Movies, but it sounds cool. Think Final Fantasy VII through X and such.

01-17-2002 05:30

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ChrisD

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Quick Time also plays...

Flash, MP3, MIDI files etc...
lots of uses...



01-17-2002 05:36

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Flash. Now THAT would be pretty cool. If they could do that and you could make the Flash file actually work with the game (I.e. you click a button in the Flash file and it sends the command to the Basic code).

But would QT really make existing MP3 playback better? And I forget, does TNT Basic support Midi?

01-19-2002 10:35

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Mark Tully

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QuickTime/Midi

Yeah I think we support Midi, I think one of Antoine Rosetts plugs ins covert it into a mod on import.

As for QuickTime, it is easy to add, the problem that we've just hit is that we've recently discovered res files are limited to <= 16Mb by HFS and HFS+. That sucks and makes it hard to have lots of large resources in a file.

We're going to address that shortly, but it's blocking us on QT.

Mark

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