Wednesday, February 01, 2006
New Handheld Video
Just wondering if you could see anything at all. I'm currently running the video in .wav format off the Windows Media Player. If I need to, I'll certainly switch the video from .wav to .mov and run quicktime like I have for the animations page. For some reason (probably because I really have no clue what I'm doing), the .avi files I created for the animations work with quicktime, but not for the .avi files I converted from .wav.
Right now, I've switched the settings so the screens are "clickable" and the video has worked for me on several windows based P.C's
Thanks for coming over to my site. The video isn't the greatest. I'm blogging with the content I have and not with the content I wish I had (a classroom).
Have a great one
I looked at it on my PC and they look great. I didn't get any audio but wasn't sure if there was any.
I looked on my (shudder) brand new eMac and using Explorer (which I don't normally use on Macs anymore) and it did not even offer up a video window. Then I opened it up with Safari and I saw the window's I assume Tony was talking about with what looked like LEGO blocks in the middle as their icon.
Tony needs to use his Mac as a door stop and get with the rest of the world (wink). He knows how I feel about the Evil Apple Empire.
I used a Quicktime program knowing that Macs like Quicktime and PC's put up with it. I know you have the code for one, but I'll share what I rounded up with you if you want. I had to tweak it bit to get it to not autoplay when the page opened, as having the videos all start at once can be annoying on my page!