There are many ways that almost work, but not necessarily on OSX. The
examples in Chris's book in Chapter 5 works really well for creating a Java
image on both platforms. Adding the write to jpg code is then pretty
(Quicktime for Java: A developer's Notebook, by Chris Adamson)
And no he didn't pay me to say this... instead, this code let me solve a
bug that irked me for several months. I can't say thanks enough!
At 03:18 PM 2/10/2005, you wrote:
On Feb 10, 2005, at 2:58 PM, Jose Alfonso Morquecho Paniagua wrote:
I need to get a picture (in jpg, gif, etc) form a qt-movie, can you
Would you accept a Pict?
myMovie.getPict().writeToFile (new java.io.File ("moviepict.pict"));
To go to gif, jpeg, etc., you'll need to feed the Pict to a
GraphicsExporter. As always, there are other ways too.
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