Your layer numbers in this version are very strange. Also there's new
track in there, and tracks renamed, so it makes it harder to guess
what is the new cause of the problem.
As you can tell, I'm quite new to QT and LSP.
I (habit from other interfaces with layers) like to name layers so that
they make sense to me. Does this cause trouble in LiveStage?
What is actually layer numbers?
Is it what I can see in the inspector window (e.g. if I click my
"Frame" layer, the inspector shows "Layer: 32745")? I only have six
For the move "Bush", my LSP project "looks" like this:
Sprite track with code for time line (slider/dragger/timeindicator or
what it is called) and close butn/script.
Picture track with a png file showing the "player"
Video track with the mpg4 vide file
Sound track (I deleted the two additional tracks (scene descriptor and
object descriptor "stream")
Also: does this have anything to do with Panther - and win 2000 on QT
6.3, we newly discovered - actually misplaces the video and
misplaces/hides objects in the flash track?
Going back to the performance issue for a moment, I just did a test
where I had Activity Monitor open, and watched what QuickTime Player
was using. With noting open it uses between 0 and 1.5%. With one of
your movies open it uses between 50 and 75%. I tried deleting each of
the tracks, and I found that if there is only the track Menu (which
I'm assuming was the Flash track), the movie will take between 30 and
60% of my 800 MHz G4's processor time. That's even if the movie is
paused and not showing text. Two of your movies playing at once take
about 90% of the processor time.
It's hard to tell what is so tough about the Flash track, but it does
seem to be quite demanding, even if you believe it to be stopped().
Yes, and I have really checked that all frames in all movie clips are
stopped when the info tab is displayed.
And the swf's alone does not seem tough to play at all...
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