On Nov 9, 2005, at 7:29 AM, Anja Colgan wrote:
> The new MovieEncoder didn't solve my problem, but thanks to your
> explanation, I was able to halt my program for 25ms before calling the
> stop()-method of the MovieEncoder - all images are now included in the
Not good. That bug fix should have stomped that bug. Any further
information? Conditions under which it doesn't work vs. conditions
when it does? Any info would be helpful.
> I have another question - not sure whether this is due to the
> MovieEncoder or JMF, but hopefully you may have an idea.
> I can now successfully create movies from datafiles, which are outputs
> of a model. I would also like to write out movies "on the fly", while
> the model is running - like you do with MASON.
> I'm using the same writer class (which calls on MovieEncoder) and I'm
> not aware that our model framework (though I don't know the ins and
> of it) uses any applets, yet I get the following error:
> [java] java.lang.RuntimeException: No permission to write files
> from applets
Applets cannot write files on a remote person's computer unless they
have had their security upgraded. This can be done in one of two ways:
- You can sign them and the user gives permission (somehow -- I do
not recall exactly)
- The user lowers the Java security rules on his browser