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    Hey there....
    I'm trying to load a quicktime movie into
    a location in a projector file. Any advice?
    It just doesn't seem to work!

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    You cant run the QT movie outside of the QT player. I would suggest you either develop for the QT platform or get JAVI and use avi's for the video. www.***********.com Regards, Bill

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    Ok.....
    Thanks Pope...
    so, how can I get Flash to a) detect whether or not the user has the quicktime player?
    and b) load the quicktime movie via Flash?

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    You will be saving your flash file as a mov. This will make the flash track viewable in the QT player. The Flash is in the QT player. Your link will be to a mov file not a swf file. You can learn more about how it works in the help section of the flash program and on the Mothership site. Regards, Bill

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