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Embed QT Movies in Power Point, VFP

Embed QT Movies in Power Point, VFP

Embed QT Movies in Power Point, VFP

(OP)
I can't get quicktime 4 video clips embedded in Power Point slides or Visual Fox Pro forms. Yes, you can make PPT and VFP call the QT6 player, and the clips will play in their own window, but I want to embed them like you can do with Windows Media Player.

Either 1) You can embed, but I am too dumb to figure it out, or 2) Bill won't let you embed the Quicktime plugin / player and I am outta luck.

Please set me straight.

John Donohue
john@pauldonohuepresents.com

RE: Embed QT Movies in Power Point, VFP

(OP)
Thanks WizyWyg, you did a search I should have done. The articles you linked are very helpful. In the interim I have observed that VB is the 'powerup' underneath PowerPoint, and so it is in the suggestions for embedding QT in slides. This I will pursue and try.

Thanks again,
John

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