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Greetings, Imported a 6mg QuickTime movie to internal cast. When I make the projector and play it: although I have the QTmovie in the internal cast it asks for the QT file? Seems strange to have the movie in the cast and still need to provide it standlone in the same folder. I must be missing something, help. -- Bob τΏτ <visit us anytime at> [url]www.pamspress.com[/url]...

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    Default Internal cast question

    Greetings,

    Imported a 6mg QuickTime movie to internal cast.

    When I make the projector and play it: although I have the QTmovie in
    the internal cast it asks for the QT file?

    Seems strange to have the movie in the cast and still need to provide it
    standlone in the same folder.

    I must be missing something, help.

    --
    Bob τΏτ






    <visit us anytime at>
    [url]www.pamspress.com[/url]


    Bob Friedman Guest

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    Default Re: Internal cast question

    On 30 Dec 2003, "Bob Friedman" <webmasterpamspress.com> wrote:
    > I must be missing something, help.
    So it would seem. What happens when you hit F1?

    Even if you are missing the help system, this information is easy to find
    in the printed manuals and in the technotes on the Director Support Site.

    Digital video files are externally linked assets.


    --
    Mark A. Boyd
    Keep-On-Learnin' :)
    Mark A. Boyd Guest

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    Default Re: Internal cast question

    Hi Mark,

    You are correct on both counts. I should have done the F1

    I thank you for both responses. When you are right you are right<g>.

    --
    Bob τΏτ


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    "Mark A. Boyd" <mblistsanDotrr.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns94618CD57F6C7mblistssanDotrrcom65.57.83.2 09...
    > On 30 Dec 2003, "Bob Friedman" <webmasterpamspress.com> wrote:
    >
    > > I must be missing something, help.
    >
    > So it would seem. What happens when you hit F1?
    >
    > Even if you are missing the help system, this information is easy to find
    > in the printed manuals and in the technotes on the Director Support Site.
    >
    > Digital video files are externally linked assets.
    >
    >
    > --
    > Mark A. Boyd
    > Keep-On-Learnin' :)

    Bob Friedman Guest

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    Default Re: Internal cast question

    On 30 Dec 2003, "Bob Friedman" <webmasterpamspress.com> wrote:
    > I thank you for both responses. When you are right you are right<g>.
    Glad you took that the right way ;-)


    --
    Mark A. Boyd
    Keep-On-Learnin' :)
    Mark A. Boyd Guest

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