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need .mov file

 
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Hi,
My request is a bit tangential for this group, but am hoping, if nothing else for, perhaps a link. Am starting to work with Java Media Framework, and need a .mov formatted file to download for testing. Can any of you tell me where to find such a file, just 2-3 seconds of mediais all I need.
Thanks connie
 
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Are you looking to test against the server, or to download the .mov and test against it locally?
If it's against the server, be polite and run your own server for testing purposes. I wouldn't appreciate somebody running tests (which will likely run hundreds or thousands of times) against my server.
 
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I just did a quick search on Google, and found lots of sample mov files of all different sizes for download.
 
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Dirk,
Thanks for your reply. Good point, ought to have posted my question more accurately. Should have searched Google first rather than Hotbot.
Connie
 
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