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Without looking, I'm 99% sure that this tool is meant to edit Object Movies only, and is throwing errors while trying to validate that your movie is an Object Movie (which it's not). -Bryce >Is Apple's QTVR Edit Object still a useful tool? I've tried to edit >properties on a couple of cylindrical panos (that should work in QT >3, 4, & 5), but it generates the following errors when trying to open >the files: > > >First dialog: >----------------- >Signal Raised > >Condition: !(mTrack) >File: CTrackMedia.cp >Line # 149 > > >Second dialog: >----------------- >Exception Thrown > >Error #-2009 >File: CTrackMedia.cp >Line # 171 > > >Third dialog: >----------------- >Couldn't open the movie file "PPPlayer" >because Error ID:-2009 > >[note: my files were not named "PPPlayer"] > > >Fourth dialog: >----------------- >Couldn't open the movie file "PPPlayer" >because Error ID:-2009 > >Any thoughts? Can this tool no longer be used? >-- > >Regards, > >Christopher Mackay, Director of Technical Services >Tantramar Interactive, http://www.TantramarInteractive.com/ >Visit the Tantramar through QTVR: http://www.tantramar.com/qtvr/ >QuickTime VR photo book: http://www.TantramarPublishing.com/ >_______________________________________________ >quicktime-vr mailing list >email@hidden >http://www.lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo/quicktime-vr Bryce Wolfson QuickTime Engineering (Interactivity, SDK, bit of this, bit of that..) Apple Computer, Inc. email@hidden ______________________________________________________________________ That's MY opinion, not necessarily my employer's. But you knew that.
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