[theora] XiphQT Installer for Microsoft Windows Created
roleypup at samford.net
Tue Aug 21 14:59:14 PDT 2007
By default the installation put the files in QTComponents
Next time I tried redirecting it to QTSystem which is where all the other qtx files are... codec readers, I presume.
Still didn't work.
Tried a QT restart.
Still didn't work.
Tried a full system restart.
Still doesn't want to work.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ivo Emanuel Gonçalves [mailto:justivo at gmail.com]
> Sent: Wed, Aug 22, 2007 7:02
> To: Shawn Riley; Vorbis at xiph.org; theora at xiph.org
> Subject: Re: [theora] XiphQT Installer for Microsoft Windows Created
> Hi Shawn,
> On 8/21/07, Shawn Riley <roleypup at samford.net> wrote:
> > I tried the installer, but it appears to have not actually
> installed - it appears only to have dropped some files where it
> said it would.
> Yeah, that's what an installation usually is.
> > QT player does not recognise Ogg files on my system;
> This is bad.
> > When I go searching for Ogg files, it does not find them in the
> file list;
> This is a limitation of QuickTime. There really is little that we can
> do about it.
> > When I attempt to drop an Ogg file into the player, it says
> "Error - 37: a bad filename or volume name was encountered".
> > QT version 7.2
> > Windows XP version 5.1, SP2
> I don't know how to solve this. It appears to be a XiphQT problem,
> and I'm not the XiphQT developer; I only created the installer. We
> will look into this, however.
> Meanwhile, can you make sure that the XiphQT.qtx file is under the
> QuickTime\QTComponents folder? Have you retstarted QuickTime?
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