Why won't the QuickTime controller play

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  1. latteda

    latteda New Member

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  2. latteda

    latteda New Member

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    Here is a screenshot with the properties inspector and code if that helps anyone. Please help!

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  3. FrontPage97

    FrontPage97 New Member

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    More people have Flash than QuickTime. For starters I'd upload .flv files. Then just have a text hyperlink to the QuickTime files. Then there shouldn't be any problems. No QuickTime scripts required.
     
  4. Phreaddee

    Phreaddee Super Moderator Staff Member

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    no to flash and no to quicktime.
    use html5 video
    or embed from youtube/vimeo.
     
  5. FrontPage97

    FrontPage97 New Member

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    YouTube uses .flv don't they? I actually used savetube.com to grab my .flv file off YouTube using their compression.

    What is the file extension for html5 video do you use when exporting from After Effects?
     
  6. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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  7. FrontPage97

    FrontPage97 New Member

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  8. Phreaddee

    Phreaddee Super Moderator Staff Member

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    well yes you tube does, but they are transitioning at the moment.
    http://www.youtube.com/html5

    I much prefer vimeo which only uses flash as a fallback for older browsers.
     
  9. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    Yeeesss,


    I was being somewhat facetious as HTML5 video does not use browser "pugins" that rely on extensions, it is the FORMAT of the video that matters

    And you missed out the webM format.


    Someday MS IS going to get rid of the long outdated need for file extensions identifying what application opens the file.
     
  10. alwaysplay

    alwaysplay New Member

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    You can now sign up for the YouTube HTML5 trial. Pretty sweet.
     

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