On Fri, 4 Feb 2005, Ron Stanonik wrote:
> I'm using MovieExporter.toFile() and would like a progressbar. Is there
> a default progressbar (implements MovieProgress), which I can pass to
Silly me. Being a novice at QuickTime, I was making it harder than it
needed to be. I switched from MovieExporter.toFile to Movie.convertToFile,
left out showUserSettingsDialog, and used movie.setProgressProc().
That got rid of the user dialog and gave me a progressbar.
Switching to Movie.convertToFile, also got rid of my problems with QTFile.
Now I need to figure out how to set the movie export settings (eg, resolution
and key frames) without a dialog.
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