[visionegg] Re: movies on windows again

  • From: "Ted Strauss" <ted.strauss@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: visionegg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2007 11:56:53 -0500

After updating the version of quicktime
on my Win2k, movies have played without
any problem in VE.  I'm sure Andrew and Mikko
are correct that VE should work with any codec
compatible with quicktime.

On 1/25/07, Mikko Vähäsöyrinki <mikko.vahasoyrinki@xxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi All,

I bugged Andrew last year to write the support for playing movies in
(thank you) and I've had it working ever since. I didn't have coded
and I would like to repeat what Andrew said before: if it works with
quicktime player, it should work with the VisioEgg. Actually only surprise
for me was how much computer power is needed to show full screen movies
high frame rates...


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University of Oulu
Department of Physical Sciences
Division of Biophysics, PO.BOX 3000
90014 Oulun yliopisto, Finland
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Sent: 24. tammikuuta 2007 23:57
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Subject: [visionegg] Re: movies on windows again

Ted Strauss wrote:
> Why do I use "photo - jpeg"? because this is
> the one I found in the properties of Andrew's
> water.mov that is included with his demo.)
I should note that the only reason I used that format is that was used
by my little point-and-shoot camera that I used to generate the movie.
Theoretically, any codec supported by QuickTime should be supported by
the Vision Egg, which is simply using QuickTime to decode. (Thus, I'm
surprised that there was a problem with the .mpeg.)

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