apple script for quicktime

http://www.apple.com/applescript/quicktime/

Includes:

SMIL

SMIL stands f=
or Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language
(pronounced "smile") and i=
s an XML-based language developed by the
World Wide Web Consortium as a wa=
y to standardize the control and
display of media content. Support for SMI=
L was introduced in QuickTime
4.1 and has been enhanced in 5.0.
=95 Imag=
e Overlay with Link =95 This script will create a SMIL file
which places =
an image over part of a background movie. For example, you
can have a comp=
any logo display at the bottom right of a movie. When
the overlay image is=
clicked, a new webpage will open displaying a
target URL.
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=95 Mov=
ie Caption w/ Link & Slider =95 This script will create a SMIL
file which=
displays static text along the bottom of a movie.
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=95 Movie Captio=
n with Link =95 This script will create a SMIL file
which displays static=
text along the bottom of a movie. Clicking the
text will open a specific =
webpage or movie.
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=95 SMIL Sequence Wizard =95 This script will cr=
eate reference movies
which play sequences of QuickTime movies composed of=
files or remote
streams. The user answers a series of questions and the s=
cript
generates the appropriate SMIL QuickTime movie.
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=95 SMIL Sli=
deshow w/ Bckgnd Audio =95 This script will create a SMIL
slideshow with =
background audio. Run the script and select a folder
containing JPEG, GIF,=
or PICT images and an audio file to be played in
the background. NOTE: sa=
ving the audio file as a QuickTIme movie will
ensure that it plays smoothl=
y.
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Text Tracks
=95 Annotations to Rolling Credits =95 this is a de=
scription of this
script
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=95 HREF for Web Movie End =95 This scri=
pt will prompt the user for a
target URL to assign to the end of the front=
movie. Successive dialogs
will determine whether to navigate to the assig=
ned URL automatically or
by user click, and whether to do so in a new wind=
ow or the current
window.
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=95 HREF for Web Movie Selection =95 Th=
is script will prompt the user
for a target URL to assign to the selected =
area of the front movie.
Successive dialogs will determine whether to navi=
gate to the assigned
URL automatically or by user click, and whether to do=
so in a new
window or the current window.
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=95 Rolling Credits for=
Front Movie =95 This script will create rolling
credits for the front mo=
vie based on the Full Name annotation, entered
or imported credits, and pr=
ompted copyright information. The new
credits will be a newly created movi=
e. You can import credits from a
text file with each paragraph considered =
a new credit.
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