More Cocoa, More Stuff: Results from the Mac DevCenter Survey
Subject:   QuickTime Hacks
Date:   2003-05-08 08:12:19
From:   derrick
Response to: QuickTime Hacks

Absolutely. Both hacks for QuickTime authors and Java/QuickTime programmers are fascinating areas. One of my WWDC goals is to find a couple new QuickTime authors to add to our mix. I've also been quietly compiling my list of hacks over the last year. Hopefully we'll have some stuff for you by early summer. Thanks!
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  • QuickTime Hacks
    2003-05-09 00:41:03  jannenet [View]

    As a eLearning designer I would like to see how one can use QuickTime in multimedia (like SMIL) and in interactive application (like VR). There's so much more than just a Internet. Especially there's a huge lack of decent Java/QuickTime book for Mac OS X.

    Digital Video is the future. But DV isn't just a digitalized video. It's also interactivity. And for that we need programming and scripting.

    I think we will see real killer applications when those people who do not know anything about the programming start doing interactive video and multimedia. QuickTime is platform that can provide the bridge between programmers and non-programmers (whoever they will be).