- Potion forked 266Hz's version
- Added features / utility functions:
- Signal when video finishes playing
- Video Fill types: FILL, ASPECT_FILL and CROP_FIT
- StepForward 1 frame
- Some bug fixes:
- Prevent crash when window is closed
- Video orientation (top-down)
- Video looping issues
- Some cleanup
- 266Hz forked Gazoo101's version
- Better messaging when URL fails to open
- Some cleanup
- Gazoo101 forked djmike's most recent version
- Attempt to merge the fork with DomAmato's update to the original ofxWMFVideoPlayer
- Variable rate video playback
- Asynchronous video loading
- Added guards to keep IMFTrackedSample from being re-defined
- Converted some printed error messages to Cinders new error log system
- djmike forked Stimulants version, updating it in a number of ways
- Cinder 0.9.0 compatible
- Video-2-Texture Functionality
- Various other minor features/improvements
- Stimulant ported the 0.9 release of ofxWMFVideoPlayer to Cinder (~0.8.6), creating Cinder-WMFVideo
- ofxWMFVideoPlayer release 0.9 by Philippe Laulheret for Second Story
- You will need to modify your Cinder build slightly to upgrade to GLee 5.5 which supports the WGL_NV_DX_interop.
- Copy cinder-src\GLee.c to Cinder\src\cinder\gl\
- Copy cinder-src\GLee.h to Cinder\include\cinder\gl\
- Make sure you have an up to date video driver. WGL_NV_DX_interop behaves poorly with older drivers.
- After copying/cloning this repo to your Cinder blocks folder, use Tinderbox to create a new project and select to use the Cinder-WMFVideo block as either reference or copy.
The ciWMFVideoPlayer class can be used very similarly to qtime::MovieGl. To load a video, pass a path to the video you want to load to ciWMFVideoPlayer::load. Videos can be stopped, looped, paused and the current position of the playhead in the video can be retrieved or set. Currently drawing videos to screen is a bit different than qtime::MovieGl in that you will have to call the ciWMFVideoPlayer::draw method with a screen position and width/height.