Hi Andrew, I just managed to get the movie to play in Windows Vision Egg. For reference, here's what I did to make it work: 1. installed the "bleeding edge" version of Vision Egg installed on Win XP side of an intel mac. 2. I converted our original mpeg movie into a quick time mov file, with the "photo - jpeg" codec. The default .mov codec did not work. 3. I used the VE quicktime demo, and ran it from the command line, with the mov file name as argument. Thanks for your help!
The code is supposed to work identically to the Mac code. The quicktime demo code in the demo directory should work. I'm wondering if there's an issue playing that particular movie with QuickTime. Does your movie work in the normal QuickTime player? Does the VE quicktime demo work with the standard VE quicktime movie? -Andrew Ted Strauss wrote: > Hi Andrew, > I've installed the bleeding edge windows release, > and am attempting to play an mpeg movie. > > At this line: > movie = new_movie_from_filename(mov_file) > > I get the following error: > Traceback (most recent call last): > File "C:\Documents and > Settings\tedstrauss\Desktop\Experiments\Kidlex\VisionEgg Script > 01182007B\kidlex.py", line 425, in ? > movie = new_movie_from_filename(mov_file) # movie is type > Carbon.Qt.Movie > File "C:\Python24\Lib\site-packages\VisionEgg\qtmovie.py", line 54, > in new_movie_from_filename > qtlowlevel.NewMovieFromProperties( moviePropCount, movieProps, 0, > None, ctypes.byref(theMovie)) > File "C:\Python24\Lib\site-packages\VisionEgg\qtlowlevel.py", line > 112, in CheckOSStatus > raise qtlowlevelError(GetErrorString(value)) > qtlowlevelError: paramErr > > > Any ideas? > > On 1/21/07, *Andrew Straw* < astraw@xxxxxxxxxxx > <mailto:astraw@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote: > > Dear Jim, > > Back in April I got QuickTime to work in Windows, but I haven't > made an > "official" release since then, partly because I haven't tested the new > QuickTime code with Mac OS X. (I'm getting my first Intel Mac > soon, so, > with Parallels and/or Boot Camp, I should have much lower activation > energy for testing on Windows, Mac OS X, and linux very soon now. > 99% of > the time I'm in front of a computer, it's running Ubuntu linux > these days.) > > You can download the "bleeding edge" Windows release, with working > QuickTime from: > http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=40846&package_id=73479&release_id=138543 > <http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=40846&package_id=73479&release_id=138543 > > > Jim Magnuson wrote: > > Hi, all > > > > I tried quicktime as suggested, but can't get it to work in Windows. > > So I'm back to the original question: > > > > On Jan 16, 2007, at 6:37 PM, Jim Magnuson wrote: > >> We need to play movies during an experiment on a machine running > >> Windows 2000. > >> > >> pygame.movie doesn't currently work under Windows. The pygame.movie > >> page ( http://www.pygame.org/docs/ref/movie.html) refers to pymedia > >> (http://www.pymedia.org/) as a potential solution. > >> > >> My question: before we invest time in this route, has anyone tried > >> pymedia with visionegg, or found another solution? Any advice would > >> be greatly appreciated. > > > > Thanks, > > > > jim > > ====================================== > The Vision Egg mailing list > Archives: //www.freelists.org/archives/visionegg > Website: http://www.visionegg.org/mailinglist.html > <http://www.visionegg.org/mailinglist.html> > > ====================================== The Vision Egg mailing list Archives: //www.freelists.org/archives/visionegg Website: http://www.visionegg.org/mailinglist.html