Importing a Flash 5 movie


    Dec 04 2006 | 12:07 am
    Dear all, I'm trying to use "jit.qt.movie" to import a simple Flash 5 SWF, but it doesn't work.
    The test I'm doing is simple: I'm on Windows XP, I opened the example file "44jPhysics.fla" in the Jitter Tutorial and I exported it as movie of Flash 5.
    So I open "44jFlashInteractivity.pat" and I read it, but this doesn't work.
    I thought Jitter 1.5 was able to import Flash 5 movies...isn't it?
    Flashserver and Flosc have the disadvantage that SWF and Max patch appear in different windows...
    Best regards,
    Bruno
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    • Dec 04 2006 | 8:50 am
      Can you open the 44jPhysics.swf file which comes with the Tutorials?
      It works fine on my XP machine.
      jb
      Am 04.12.2006 um 01:07 schrieb Bruno Zamborlin:
      >
      > Dear all, I'm trying to use "jit.qt.movie" to import a simple Flash
      > 5 SWF, but it doesn't work.
      > The test I'm doing is simple: I'm on Windows XP, I opened the
      > example file "44jPhysics.fla" in the Jitter Tutorial and I exported
      > it as movie of Flash 5.
      > So I open "44jFlashInteractivity.pat" and I read it, but this
      > doesn't work.
      >
      > I thought Jitter 1.5 was able to import Flash 5 movies...isn't it?
    • Dec 04 2006 | 9:25 am
      Quote: Jeremy Bernstein wrote on Mon, 04 December 2006 09:50
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      > Can you open the 44jPhysics.swf file which comes with the Tutorials?
      > It works fine on my XP machine.
      >
      > jb
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      I'm just re-downloaded the Jitter documentation, but it doesn't work...
      I'm using Windows XP, Quicktime Pro 7.1.3 and Jitter 1.6.2.
      Bruno
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    • Dec 04 2006 | 1:11 pm
      In OSX, quick time 7 flash setting default is off.So you have to
      activate it in the preferences of Quick Time player. Maybe it's same
      on XP.
      rr
    • Dec 04 2006 | 2:12 pm
      Quote: jitter wrote on Mon, 04 December 2006 14:11
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      > In OSX, quick time 7 flash setting default is off.So you have to
      > activate it in the preferences of Quick Time player. Maybe it's same
      > on XP.
      >
      > rr
      >
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      Thank you!
      You're right, now everything works fine (shame on me!).
      Bruno
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    • Dec 04 2006 | 6:07 pm
      Thanks for confirming.
      Andrew B.