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What happened to QuickTime GraphicsImportExportImageFile? - Mac Programming

For a Classic app, I used the GraphicsImportExportImageFile function of QuickTime to beautifully save a Gworld to a file. When I called this function, a Save dialog box would come up, and would even allow the user to specify what file type (JPG, PICT, etc) the image should be saved as. In OS X, this behavior seems to be gone. I think the function still works but the nice dialog is gone. The sample code is at: [url]http://developer.apple.com/samplecode/Sample_Code/QuickTime/Goodies/qtgraphi[/url] mp.htm Is there a good way to save an image as a file in Carbon? (ideally that has the same behavior as ...

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    Default What happened to QuickTime GraphicsImportExportImageFile?

    For a Classic app, I used the GraphicsImportExportImageFile function of
    QuickTime to beautifully save a Gworld to a file. When I called this
    function, a Save dialog box would come up, and would even allow the user to
    specify what file type (JPG, PICT, etc) the image should be saved as.

    In OS X, this behavior seems to be gone. I think the function still works
    but the nice dialog is gone.

    The sample code is at:
    [url]http://developer.apple.com/samplecode/Sample_Code/QuickTime/Goodies/qtgraphi[/url]
    mp.htm

    Is there a good way to save an image as a file in Carbon? (ideally that has
    the same behavior as I had grown accustomed to)

    Thanks!

    Mike h.

    Mike H. Guest

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    Default Re: What happened to QuickTime GraphicsImportExportImageFile?

    In article <BB8631BD.27D8F%nospamendspam.org>,
    "Mike H." <nospamendspam.org> wrote:
    > In OS X, this behavior seems to be gone. I think the function still works
    > but the nice dialog is gone.
    What version of OS X and/or QuickTime are you running?

    This was broken in the initial bringup of QuickTime on OS X, but appears
    to have been fixed for QuickTime 6 and later (I didn't try it, but I
    found information about it in the bug data base).
    Tom Dowdy Guest

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    Default Re: What happened to QuickTime GraphicsImportExportImageFile?

    In article <BB865333.27DBB%nospamendspam.org>,
    "Mike H." <nospamendspam.org> wrote:
    > What versions of OSX was it broken with?
    From the bug report, anything with prior to QuickTime 5.1 in it, which I
    think was just 10.0.
    Tom Dowdy Guest

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