Re: [-empyre-] interactive video software
around the 6/3/05 Barbara Lattanzi mentioned about Re: [-empyre-]
interactive video software that:
I don't know the answer to that last question of yours. I have
wondered it myself in relation to online annotation of video
(quicktime, flash, realMedia, anything that streams).
Recently I picked up an O'Reilly book called "Quicktime for Java"
that I hope will give me a few clues. I may have to finally learn
Java for real. Or maybe it is something more straightforward...
dynamically changing an external xml file with perl??? (in which
case you would need another small window interface in addition to
the quicktime player)
yes you can. There was a custom QT client written by a design firm in
Sweden which allowed live chat over a live stream all done in QT. QT
reads XML files, and you can modify behaviour, or add text layers, on
the basis of the xml. obviously the xml can be generated on any basis
Matthew Peterson's book on Interactive QuickTime has a very useful
chapter on this.
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