jit.qt.record and javascript


    Feb 17 2011 | 10:46 pm
    I'm trying this out and I'm not sure how to stop a recording!
    var rec = new JitterObject("jit.qt.record");
    var path = "mydrive:/movies/movie.mov";
    rec.write(path,30,"jpeg","normal",600);
    will create a file, but if I have
    rec.matrixcalc(outmatrix,outmatrix);
    as part of my process and then call a function with
    rec.stop();
    it doesn't seem to stop recording and close the file, though it provides no error. The file always stays at 0k, and claims not to be a movie file when I open it in QT Player.
    What am i missing?

    • Jan 05 2014 | 8:50 pm
      I know it's an old post but I'm having a similar problem. Did you ever find an answer?