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Re: [Gnash-dev] flash-in-quicktime

From: Austin
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] flash-in-quicktime
Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2007 14:07:35 -0400
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mark cox wrote:

On 10/09/2007, *Austin* <address@hidden <mailto:address@hidden>> wrote:


    I'm desperately looking for a way to play some files my gf needs for
    school.  They play find in Quicktime for Windows, but fail on every
    linux app I can find.

    The problem is with quicktime files (otherwise working with mplayer)
    containing flash animations (otherwise working with gnash or adobe
    flash), but the combination doesn't play.

    Some examples:

    Since we already have the infrastructure to play both formats, I would
    imagine either mplayer or gnash could be adapted to handle them.

I could not get these to play using adobe flashplayer. The plugin required for is the quicktime plugin not flash plugin.

I know. That's what the email is about. Adding the ability to open quicktime files that contain flash files. Should be fairly easy via libqucktime, no? Or alternately, providing a library that mplayer could use to play the swf animations, which it currently can't.

AFAIK gnash only plays swf files, you need to submit a bug report to ffmpeg-users or mplayer-users list, asking about this format.

I did.  The mplayer team suggested adding the capability to gnash.


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