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Offline little-monkey

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« Posted 2005-02-02 17:52:16 »

What is the fastest way to read in a quicktime file, frame by frame, into JOGL, presenting it in a GLCanvas? It seems like there are quite a few options but I'm not sure what is the best, on both the QT and the JOGL ends..
Could one of the gurus kindly advise?
I realize it's a novice question... but I fail to find a definitive answer on the board.
Thanks a lot...
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