[Pkg-exppsy-maintainers] Movies in PyEPL
Per B. Sederberg
persed at princeton.edu
Fri Jan 18 04:17:21 UTC 2008
I used facilities that already exist in pygame, so everything works on
a pure debian machine. It plays mpgs quite well and can even play
more than one at once, but it only plays the sound from the first
movie you add in.
Speaking of sound, pygame forces us to use its sound mechanism for
playing the sound from the movie and I have yet to test how this
interacts with the sound in pyepl (i.e., will we have to stop pyepl
sound temporarily or can they run simultaneously?). The tests we made
had pyepl sound disabled at the outset.
I'll be in touch as I work through the remaining todos before this is
ready to release unto the world :)
On Jan 17, 2008 8:36 PM, Yaroslav Halchenko <debian at onerussian.com> wrote:
> Terriffic! Ccing my lab -- they would enjoy such news ;-) let us know --
> we will get it into debian asap.
> What movie playing is based on? I just wonder if anything particular
> which is not in Debian (yet?)
> On Thu, 17 Jan 2008, Per B. Sederberg wrote:
> > Some good news:
> > Greg and I added support for movies to PyEPL today!!! I'm still
> > cleaning up the code, but will push my changes shortly.
> > In other news, pyglet went to version 1.0 today.
> > Michael, isn't it easy to install pygame on Windows? Why were you
> > saying it was a problem?
> > Latro,
> > P
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