A user of my program noticed that his H.264/AAC-encoded movies
aren't playing properly in Flash 9. (Flash 9 will play QT movies
encoded with H264 and AAC). For some reason, the audio doesn't play
Still unanswered.... :\
Another thing I noticed, was that the movies don't play while
they're downloading. A quick search says that this is because the
'moov' atom is at the /end/ of the QT file, which prevents Flash
from playing the movie while it's still loading. There's a C program
) that will move it up to the top of the file and that works great.
Is there something I should be doing instead to make this work in
the first place?
Alrighty, so the fast start was relatively simple, but it seems like
the only way to do it is to create a new flattened movie using
FlattenMovieDataToDataRef and pass the
flattenForceMovieResourceBeforeMovieData flag. Is there another way I
specify it when I create the video in the first place?
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