Programming with QuickTime Pro

Discussion in 'Apple' started by Derek Chow, Jan 15, 2004.

  1. Derek Chow

    Derek Chow Guest

    Hi all,

    I'm currently a user of QuickTime with Windows XP. As I am a student
    of computer science, I am currently interested in program with
    real-time streaming and video compression of Mpeg-4. I am so happy to
    know that QuickTime Pro can help to encode video stream into Mpeg-4
    format, so I'm thinking to upgrade my QuickTime to QuickTime Pro.
    However, I'm wondering if QuickTime Pro would provides any SDK such
    that I can write a program to encode real-time captured video stream
    by webcam? Or would it contains any DirectShow filters to do similar
    thing. If not, then is there any products that provide similar

    I would appreciate for any suggestions.

    Thanks a lot in advance.

    Derek Chow, Jan 15, 2004
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  2. would be a good place to start.

    Frederick Cheung, Jan 15, 2004
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  3. Derek Chow

    Derek Chow Guest

    Really thx for the website supplied, however, I would not find any
    information on how to hint an encoded mpeg-4 file. As I use 3ivx to
    encode my video stream and output an unhinted mp4 file, and I want to
    stream the file with Darwin Streaming Server, so I need to hint it. I
    wonder if QT API provides such function.

    Thx a lot for your reply.

    Derek Chow, Jan 16, 2004
  4. Derek Chow

    Acid Pooh Guest

    Try something like ffmpeg or the VideoLAN client player. And don't top post.

    'cid 'ooh
    Acid Pooh, Jan 16, 2004
  5. The main reasons we avoid top posting are that:
    1. That's not how it was originally done back in the "old days"
    2. We don't want to resurrect the infamous Phaedrus/Enough
    troll with his incessant cries of "Top-posting moron!"
    George Williams, Jan 16, 2004
  6. Derek Chow

    Acid Pooh Guest

    Well, I think the main reason people avoid top posting is that if you
    top post, the reader doesn't know what you're replying to. That is,
    your response loses its context. At least, that's why I try to avoid
    it. And I point it out to others if their response is ambiguous
    between multiple referents.

    'cid 'ooh
    Acid Pooh, Jan 19, 2004
  7. Derek Chow

    Acid Pooh Guest

    Of course, but it sometimes helps to give your reader a bit of a hint
    of what's going on.

    'cid 'ooh

    Of course, but it sometimes helps to give your reader a bit of a hint
    of what's going on.

    'cid 'ooh

    (see what I mean?)
    Acid Pooh, Jan 20, 2004
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