On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 11:51 PM, Seth Willits <email@hidden> wrote:
> On Aug 19, 2011, at 2:19 PM, Charles Srstka wrote:
>>>> Looking through the docs for QTMovieView, it seems that not only is its only initializer, -initWithFrame: deprecated, but according to the docs it’s not even available past OS X 10.5. Surely there must be a way to initialize a QTMovieView in code, right? Or is there some other class we’re supposed to use instead of QTMovieView to view AV content?
>>> Does -initWithFrame: followed by -setMovie: not do the job?
>> I haven’t tried it yet, but I would assume this would not be a good way to go about doing it, given that -[QTMovieView initWithFrame:] is both listed as deprecated and also as “Available Mac OS X 10.3 through 10.5” in the docs, suggesting that it probably won’t work at all in 10.6 and up, and even if it did, it’s deprecated.
>> So how are we supposed to make a QTMovieView in code?
> Ignore the documentation; it's a bug. Use initWithFrame:
> initWithFrame: used to be explicitly listed in the QTMovieView header, and my guess is when it was removed, it was marked as deprecated in the documentation which was wrong. initWithFrame: is a valid initializer.
Also using QTMovieView initWithFrame: for this project:
http://s.sudre.free.fr/Software/SaveHollywood.html (source code
available on the page).
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