@autostart 0

    May 28 2006 | 9:16 am
    When i add this @autostart thing to the jit.qt.movie object and load a film with the read message, the start imediatly. Is there something more to do ? I don't get it.
    Thanks in advance.

    • May 28 2006 | 1:52 pm
      When asking questions of this sort, it's customary to provide more intormation. Platform? OS Version? Max/MSP/Jiitter version numbers?
      A patch that demonstrates the behavior would also be helpful. Smallest version you can make. This one's a bit larger than that, but it works fine for me 10.4.6, current versions available for download at 8:30 AM CDT [I'm normally running betas on this machine, so I downloaded to check].
      The simpler test for me (i.e. the one I actually did) was simply to instantiate a jit.qt.movie object with an @autorestart 1 attribut and read in a movie I know has an audio track. I heard nothing, which means it's working fine. Jitter Tutorial 1 page 1 describes why this is the case.
    • May 29 2006 | 7:57 am
      ok, i have this mail who seems to never has reached this mailing list so here i send it again.
      I'm on Mac OS 10.3.9 Max-MSP 4.5.7 Jitter 1.2.4
      When i put the @autostart 0 attribute to the jit.qt.movie object and send then it a read message to load a film, the film starts automatically. As you know, it should not.
      Here is the patch in which this happens. What am i doing wrong here ?
    • May 29 2006 | 8:09 am
      This patch works fine for me using Jitter 1.5.x. I can't test it in Jitter 1.2.x, but I'm pretty sure that @autostart was working fine in that version, too.