Yes I've been looking longingly at the new APIs. Unfortunately I'm
stuck in CFM land due to the fact that this is Adobe (Macromedia)
Director plugin. The Mach-o CFM translation thing looks like a bit
much trouble to go to at this point.
On 19/10/2006, at 5:25 PM, Daniel Steinberg wrote:
And by the way, PutMovieIntoTypedHandle, while not deprecated, is
certainly discouraged these days. The MovieAudioExtraction APIs,
introduced in QT 7.0, should be sufficient to extract the audio
data from movies for most applications and, in fact, is what
PutMovieIntoTypedHandle uses under its not inconsiderable covers.
There are several good examples of its use in the sample code on
the developer website.
At 9:10 PM -0700 10/18/06, Geoff Brown wrote:
There were no changes made to PutMovieIntoTypedHandle for QT
7.1.3, there were some minimal changes made for 7.1, have you
tested wit the 7.1 release? Also, I am sure the -1 error has
nothing to do with queue elements but is some internal problem.
To understand what you are seeing, I will need more complete code
than you have provided below.
If you can send me more complete code, or the compiled
application, I will take a look.
On Oct 18, 2006, at 7:59 PM, Foster Langbein wrote:
With the update to QT7.1.3, our application has suddenly started
having a problem with a call to PutMovieIntoTypedHandle.
In one part of the application it works fine. However in another
it is now returning -1. According to MacErrors.h this is qErr
which means "queue element not found during deletion". Does
anyone know what this means in this context? I've compared the
working call with the non-working call, and I can't see any
The call looks like:
macerr = PutMovieIntoTypedHandle(refMovie, 0, 'snd ', soundData,
start, duration, 0, soundComp);
and the purpose is to extract audio sample data, and prior to
QT7.1.3 it worked perfectly.
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