flash


    Sep 08 2008 | 3:27 pm
    I've been looking at various flash vs. quicktime threads, and from that it seems that no access to on-screen or script interactivity is or will be supported in qt, not even through 3rd party qt components.
    So, flash is basically dead & gone in jitter (unless you're prepared to run earlier versions of qt/jitter)?
    Mac OS 10.5.4, MB pro, Max 5.0.4

    • Sep 08 2008 | 5:20 pm
      > So, flash is basically dead & gone in jitter (unless you're prepared to > run earlier versions of qt/jitter)?
      as far as i know.
      might be time for someone to make an external using gameswf: http://tulrich.com/geekstuff/gameswf.html
    • Sep 08 2008 | 11:47 pm
      you should be able to load swf files via jweb.
      -ben
    • Sep 09 2008 | 6:06 am
      wich I indeed tried, but it wasn't clear to me how I could access flash screen and script information from within max?
      lars
      Ben Bracken skrev: > you should be able to load swf files via jweb. > > -ben > >
    • Sep 09 2008 | 6:13 pm
      I'm have successfully use [flashserver]. Many thanks for it to Olaf Matthes!! Just send to Flash long lists with parameters and parse it. Think all info's you can get here: http://www.nullmedium.de/dev/flashserver/
      Sorry for bad english %)
    • Sep 09 2008 | 6:47 pm
      Flashserver is fantastic but I have often wondered if it's possible to run full actionscript files from within jitter. Tom
      2008/9/9 outoff
      > > I'm have successfully use [flashserver]. Many thanks for it to Olaf > Matthes!! > Just send to Flash long lists with parameters and parse it. > Think all info's you can get here: > http://www.nullmedium.de/dev/flashserver/ > > Sorry for bad english %) > -- > www.asyan.ru >
    • Sep 09 2008 | 7:01 pm
      yep! as I can understand )
    • Sep 11 2008 | 8:26 pm
      I'm going to say no, it's not, and I'm not entirely sure why. The flash examples included with jitter have never worked for me so I assumed that it was a change in flashplayer or quicktime (or both) that killed it.
      Flashserver and Actionscript 2 are elegant and as far as I'm concerned the only way to go.
    • Sep 11 2008 | 8:38 pm
      I'm talk not about opening swf in jitter[jit.qt.movie], I'm means using [flashserver] to send any parameter what you want and receive them in action script, ANY without exception, what you want is what you get! It works in both sides! ^_^ look at [flashserver] example!! ps I'm use it with WinXP
    • Sep 11 2008 | 8:59 pm
      Quote: emailtomflint wrote on Tue, 09 September 2008 14:47 ---------------------------------------------------- > Flashserver is fantastic but I have often wondered if it's possible to run > full actionscript files from within jitter. > Tom > > 2008/9/9 outoff > > > > > I'm have successfully use [flashserver]. Many thanks for it to Olaf > > Matthes!! > > Just send to Flash long lists with parameters and parse it. > > Think all info's you can get here: > > http://www.nullmedium.de/dev/flashserver/ > > > > Sorry for bad english %) > > -- > > www.asyan.ru > > > > > ----------------------------------------------------
      This was the post I was responding to. Someone asked if you could run a swf in jitter. That's what I was saying 'no' to.
      I agree, Flashserver is the best way to use Flash with Max/Jitter.
    • Sep 12 2008 | 12:49 pm
      ^_^ Think Flashserver it's one way ( I saw FLOSC, but not experimented with it. Have no more knowledge about ActionScript ))))
    • Sep 12 2008 | 1:09 pm
      Flashserver allows two way communication and is robust, useful and simple. I have used it across a number of pieces of work and am a big fan.
      2008/9/12 outoff
      > > ^_^ > Think Flashserver it's one way ( > I saw FLOSC, but not experimented with it. Have no more knowledge about > ActionScript )))) > -- > www.asyan.ru >
    • Sep 12 2008 | 1:20 pm
      Yep! I'm to very joy with it.
      But anytime have Max crash, when I close my application. Close all clients not helps. Also many problemms in god damned Vista.
      So it works and it's great. Thanks to Olaf!
    • Dec 05 2008 | 1:42 pm
      Hiya Jitterlist! I'm just want to say about my errors with work with Flashserver. Long-long time I have crashes of ntdll.dll on WinXP pro, and long time can't fix this error. But not some time ago I've re-build main patch that send data(longlonglong list - over 500 elements length), and can fix this problemm. Just enytime I'm sending 2 messages to [flashserver] at one time, when it happens - 90% I've crashes!! !!!All messages must be send serially!!! Hope it helps to fix bugs if you have this troubles ))) Cheers!