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Subject:   greater control over QT slideshows using XML
Date:   2002-09-16 22:01:15
From:   anonymous2
The SlideShowImporter Sample Code (available through the Apple Developer Connection, <http://developer.apple.com/samplecode/Sample_Code/QuickTime/Importers_and_Exporters/SlideShowImporter.htm>; released 6/13/02) provides a great way to create QuickTime slide shows using XML. To use the sample code, just drag & drop the SlideShowImporter PPC or SlideShowCarb.component into their respective folders (System Folder:Extensions for Classic and ~/Library/QuickTime/ for OS X), then launch the QuickTime player. Use BBEdit or your favorite text editor to create an XML file controlling your slide show and then save it with a .qtsl extension. Now open that file within QuickTime and it will automatically import all the elements referenced in the .qtsl file. Cool huh?!
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  • greater control over QT slideshows using XML
    2003-11-22 17:31:43  anonymous2 [View]

    The SlideShowImporter Sample Code (available through the Apple Developer Connection,
    <http://developer.apple.com/samplecode/Sample_Code/QuickTime/Importers_and_Exporters/SlideShowImporter.htm>;
    released 6/13/02) provides a great way to create QuickTime slide shows using XML.
    To use the sample code, just drag & drop the SlideShowImporter PPC or SlideShowCarb.component
    into their respective folders (System Folder:Extensions for Classic and ~/Library/QuickTime/
    for OS X), then launch the QuickTime player. Use BBEdit or your favorite text
    editor to create an XML file controlling your slide show and then save it with
    a .qtsl extension. Now open that file within QuickTime and it will automatically
    import all the elements referenced in the .qtsl file. Cool huh?!