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I'm a little behind on QuickTime capabilities and would have brought this up at WWDC if I had been there this year. Is there any progress in the area of including Quartz graphics (or even PDF) images in QT? An example of what I am talking about is the, IMHO, (should be) unnecessary redundant inclusion of separate slide files in the WWDC presentations available through iTunes. The image quality is much improved over previous years, but still contains fuzzy text and graphics resulting from video compression. The point I have been trying to make for many years is that there needs to be a way to include resolution independent vector graphics in QT that can be combined and layered with other media, such as occasionally putting a video of the presenter in one corner and/or overlaying annotation markings and pointers on top. This is part of what we intend to do in our own broadcast presentations, but it would be good to also have this capability in QT and be able to edit the sequence with available tools. In fact, if I had my druthers, I would like to have some kind of simple place holders and API in QT that would allow external code to create any developed media or animation as part of the QT presentation. Such code components could be delivered as part of the .mov file or as a separate package (possibly customized per platform). If my memory serves me correctly, there is probably a way to do this, but I don't remember it being easy. Any comments? -- G. Gordon Apple, PhD Ed4U Little Rock, AR email@hidden www.ed4u.com _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. QuickTime-API mailing list (email@hidden) Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to email@hidden
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