NSMovieView nowhere to be found

  • I've been looking through several tutorials on how to set up QT movies in
    Cocoa and pretty much all of them say to use an NSMovieView for the
    interface.  Unfortunately, I can't seem to find an NSMovieView anywhere in
    Interface Builder, nor have I found any sites talking about my problem.
    Anyone know wny I couldn't have NSMovieView in IB?

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  • Matthew,

    If you're doing new development, use QTMovie and friends (e.g., QTKit
    - see: <http://developer.apple.com/quicktime/qtkit.html>) instead of
    NSMovie.  Actually, I think NSMovie is deprecated as of 10.4

    regards,

    douglas

    On Oct 9, 2006, at 10:03 AM, Matthew Stone wrote:

    > I've been looking through several tutorials on how to set up QT
    > movies in Cocoa and pretty much all of them say to use an
    > NSMovieView for the interface.  Unfortunately, I can't seem to find
    > an NSMovieView anywhere in Interface Builder, nor have I found any
    > sites talking about my problem.  Anyone know wny I couldn't have
    > NSMovieView in IB?
  • On Oct 9, 2006, at 7:03 AM, Matthew Stone wrote:

    > I've been looking through several tutorials on how to set up QT
    > movies in Cocoa and pretty much all of them say to use an
    > NSMovieView for the interface.  Unfortunately, I can't seem to find
    > an NSMovieView anywhere in Interface Builder, nor have I found any
    > sites talking about my problem.  Anyone know wny I couldn't have
    > NSMovieView in IB?

    Not all view elements are have a matching pallet item in IB. You
    should be able to drop a custom NSView in the location you want and
    the set its class to be NSMovieView.

    Note that NSMovieView is generally superseded by QTKit (QTMovieView)
    in 10.4 and later. QTKit has a pallet you can load into IB.

    <http://developer.apple.com/quicktime/qtkit.html>

    -Shawn
  • On Oct 9, 2006, at 9:02 AM, Shawn Erickson wrote:

    >
    > On Oct 9, 2006, at 7:03 AM, Matthew Stone wrote:
    >
    >> I've been looking through several tutorials on how to set up QT
    >> movies in Cocoa and pretty much all of them say to use an
    >> NSMovieView for the interface.  Unfortunately, I can't seem to
    >> find an NSMovieView anywhere in Interface Builder, nor have I
    >> found any sites talking about my problem.  Anyone know wny I
    >> couldn't have NSMovieView in IB?
    >
    > Not all view elements are have a matching pallet item in IB. You
    > should be able to drop a custom NSView in the location you want and
    > the set its class to be NSMovieView.
    >
    > Note that NSMovieView is generally superseded by QTKit
    > (QTMovieView) in 10.4 and later. QTKit has a pallet you can load
    > into IB.
    >
    > <http://developer.apple.com/quicktime/qtkit.html>

    Wow don't post before coffee... "pallelet", "elements have", "then
    set", etc.

    -Shawn
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