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  • Quicktime/Javascript coding

    I have been making some quicktime files recently and whilst googling round to jog my memory on how to place them on a page rather than link to them (mostly looking for the long clsid number for the object tag) I came across Apple’s Quicktime Javascript documentation. I was quite excited by the options to control the movie through javascript and also to find that the quicktime plug-in on the page emits DOM events. Following the examples quickly lead me into deep water however. I created a page following the guidelines and everything worked fine in Firefox. I had got quite far into the document, using the supplied Apple function to place the lengthy tags into the page on the fly with javascript, detecting the presence of the Quicktime plug-in to allow for alternate content depending on whether it was [...]

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  • The Design Report

    The design report was my first full-blown multimedia production, in partnership with a colleague at Newcastle College in 1998. It was developed using a number of applications, some of which were fairly new at the time but are now firmly established: Flash, Dreamweaver & Fireworks. Alongside these the project also made use of QuickTime and QuickTime VR, along with Premiere, Freehand and Photoshop. The Design Report was designed to be delivered on college computers into web browsers, Navigator 3 & 4 and Internet Explorer 4, and to be used as additional reference material to accompany the relevant course module. The Design Report

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