@unique in qt.movie in a javascript - doesn't work?


    Sep 27 2007 | 5:09 pm
    ...doesn't seem to work as advertised.
    probably the easiest way to check this is trying the
    jitter-examples/javascript/video/jsmovieadapt-example.pat
    and adding
    mov.unique = 1;
    after the var mov declaration.
    even with unique on, I still get the max fps output, rather than the "unique-limited" fps of the movie.
    Is there something I'm missing or does matrixcalc() on a jit.qt.movie not respect the unique attribute?

    • Sep 27 2007 | 6:46 pm
      Sorry, Peter, but this feature is currently unsupported from JS/Java.
      We'll consider it for a future update.
      Thanks,
      Joshua
    • Sep 27 2007 | 7:22 pm
      ok, good to know. I thought I was crazeee.