[...] A couple of notes about “poster frames/movies”: It should be the case that you can just use a jpeg or other image file as a poster movie as QuickTime can handle those formats. Unfortunately, this confuses several browsers so it is best to stick with using a movie as a poster movie. Here is the one that I have started to use: http://mobvcasting.com/a/reference.mov Here is a page that you can see it in action on: http://www.mobvcasting.com/wp/?p=190 To create your own, create a JPEG or GIF or PNG file and open it up with QuickTime Pro and “Save As” a “Self Contained Movie”. [...]
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[QUICKTIME http://mobvcasting.com/a/reference.mov 320 257]
I notice in the example above, the poster movie is a different size than the actual movie. I tried to do that in my case but what would happen was that the poster got scaled to the size of the movie.
The movie is about 640×480 but I would like the poster to be much smaller.
Is there a way to do that and still get in place playing?
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