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When playing a movie on quicktime player - how can I hide the control panel so the dcreen only shows the movie?


RE: Hide the player

<embed src="sample.mov" width="200" height="240" autoplay="true" controller="false">

Note: if you want the controller to appear, add 16 pixels to the height of your movie.

ie if your movie is 240 pixels high, make your embed height 256.

RE: Hide the player

I was sent this piece of programming in response to a query I had over how to hide the control panel on a quicktime movie:

<embed src="sample.mov" width="200" height="240" autoplay="true" controller="false">

Probably stupidly obvious but I'm naive at this sort of thing - where do I put this (be polite!)?


RE: Hide the player

in the html source of your page.

RE: Hide the player

When I export my flash animation as a "quicktime video", animations that have been created as seperate movie clips and then dragged into the scene, do not run in the quicktime. They do however run when exported as a "quicktime" file (but this is not fast enough - it needs to be a quicktime video).

Any ideas or recommendations are greatfully (and urgently!) required.


RE: Hide the player

Got an example? ( post it to a web page and then link to it from here )

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