[Laszlo-dev] [Laszlo-user] Strange video compilation warning
henry.minsky at gmail.com
Tue Mar 21 11:11:08 EST 2006
I have no errors when importing swf 6,7,8 jpeg image resources into a test
app I have in lps-dev. So this must be something video-specific? Can anyone
can point me to specific test cases?
For this reported error when importing a video resource, I need a copy of it
the resource (and the test app if possible) in order to test. Also would
like to know which version of the LPS the user was working in...
There are some bugs in JIRA with respect to video specifically which I can
look at, but I cannot find anything in our compiler which is explicitly
rejecting or choking on
resources which have swf 6,7, or 8 version stamps.
On 3/19/06, Jim Grandy <jgrandy at laszlosystems.com> wrote:
> (Going through some old email)
> Can you make sure there's a bug filed against this? It probably ought to
> be a P1 for Ginger, assuming it is easy to fix.
> Begin forwarded message:
> *From: *David Temkin <temkin at laszlosystems.com>
> *Date: *March 2, 2006 7:00:38 PM PST
> *To: *jgrandy at laszlosystems.com
> *Subject: **FW: [Laszlo-user] Strange video compilation warning*
> Just want to make sure you're aware of this bug, which is getting more and
> more obvious as people upgrade to new versions of FLash MX: you cannot
> attach SWF resources that are post-SWF6 (or similar), and the error is odd.
> - D.
> -------- Begin forwarded message --------
> Subject: [Laszlo-user] Strange video compilation warning
> Date: 3/2/2006 6:43:20 PM
> From: Sanford Redlich
> To: laszlo-user at openlaszlo.org
> Hey y'all,
> I'm getting this "Compilation Warning": " new_file.lzx:2:30: Can't import
> \vidsm.swf: 2 >= 2 Here is the code: <canvas>
> <view resource="vidsm.swf"/>
> The file ="vidsm.swf" is an AVI video converted to SWF by Sorenson Squeeze
> 4.3 Any suggestions? What does "2 >= 2" mean? I've tried all kinds of
> different settings in SS
> 4.3 with no luck. OpenLaszlo developers: can this warning be made easier
> to understand? Also, is there any example OpenLaszlo code that uses video?
> The more complex the better, I'd like to overlay text, etc on the video.
> Thanks, Sanford
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> *Laszlo-user at openlaszlo.org*
hminsky at laszlosystems.com
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