On Tue, Jul 10, 2001 at 09:34:30PM -0700, Rick Moen mentioned:
> At LinuxWorld NYC, last year, TransGaming Technologies CEO Gavriel State
> showed me Apple's QuickTime 5 beta for Win32 running on Linux (Debian 2.2
> potato) using TransGaming's DirectX v. 7 extensions to WINE -- playing the
> Sorenson-encoded movie preview of The Phantom Menace, among other things.
> Pretty cool stuff -- and pretty much the only possible method, until the
> patent expires or exclusive-licensee Apple Computer starts allowing
> third-party implementations (or Hell freezes over -- whichever comes first).
Sweeeeet. I got Kohan Immortal sovereigns working under Wine a while
back. I didn't even think to get Quicktime running. I wonder could I run
the quicktime installer under Wine too....have you bothered to try get it
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