On 1/25/04 8:03 AM, "Heiko Recktenwald" <email@hidden> wrote:
Hi Heiko, thanks for you comments.
> Nice tool, but as far as I understood, saw, it doesnt produce
> "playlists" but binary reference movies, right?
I suppose "playlists" can mean different things to different people. The
term "playlist" comes from the radio industry to describe a "a list of
recordings to be played on the air by a radio station". In iTunes
"playlists" are groups of songs, not formatted text, so I have no qualms
about labeling the playback of consecutive songs with navigation menu in
QuickTime as a "QuickTime Playlist".
If there is enough demand I could add m3u support, or another text based
format. Quite frankly m3u is quite limiting, and QuickTime does not support
displaying the title of the song or video. I'll support mxu, m4u, or other
formats if QuickTime starts supporting them.
I'm certainly open to any suggestions about improving QT Playlist Maker.
> What I liked most is that you can open and import things.
> Maybe it is to complicated for embed etc tags, but I missed this in
> Pageot. Sometimes you want to change the order of movies, this is
> most important for a creator, and thats my main interest in those
> simple MPEG Video Playlists. Try and error, in a few seconds, without
> heave tools, just with a small and fast text editor, until you are
> satisfied with the result.
> Well, artists and their way of working...
Ever tried editing video in the command line? :-) :-) :-)
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