12-29-2000, 06:09 AM #1AnonymousGuest
12-29-2000, 09:36 AM #2
Hmm...that site is definitely not working.
12-29-2000, 11:15 AM #3
I put a mirror up on my site:
<a href="http://www.skitals.com/mutantplayer.shtml">MutantPlayer Mirror</a>
12-29-2000, 11:56 PM #4
Thanks for the mirrored site.. I got the download, but I am having a hard time finding sites where this is effective.
I searched for several flash cames sites and they are not working. I did test it on a flash file and it worked.
Can someone give me some links to sites where this is effective..
12-30-2000, 12:12 AM #5Other anonymousGuest
I have it up and running...It recognized and played the *.swf files I created with Corel RAVE. Nice job!
12-30-2000, 12:56 AM #6
This player has been available for some time. It only works with Flash 4 shockwave files. It only decodes audio that is embedded in a single layer. It works beautifully with JSLandscape, allowing you to view the media as it was intended.
I am planning on scouring the web for flash content and posting links to sites with Ipaq compatible shockwave movies, games, gizmos, etc. Would anyone like to help me in this effort?
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12-30-2000, 11:16 AM #7erasiel5Guest
Well I tried Stainboy from Shockwave.com and the audio doesn't play. Shame because otherwise it looks great. Whats interesting is that Macromedia offers a download of something called the "shockmachine" which is supposed to be software to let you collect and manage your shockwave content offline. When trying to save stainboy locally, it refuses - apparently content can decide it only wants to play live. But I simply grabbed the .swf file out of my temp directory and dumped it on my microdrive, and popped it in the ipaq, and bingo. I can't, though, figure out how to play it on-demand on my PC without a connection, since there is no standalone shockwave player like the Ipaq has. Ironic that the ipaq can do something that the PC can't really do.
12-30-2000, 11:43 AM #8999Guest
The PC has a standalone player --- it comes with Flash.
12-30-2000, 08:38 PM #9
How about make an html page with the flash file embedded? Just have it pointing at the file on your ipaq. Just a thought.
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