[games_access] GDC Video's

d. michelle hinn hinn at uiuc.edu
Tue Apr 4 16:49:37 EDT 2006

Well, using safari, firefox, and IE, I got the 
following variation on this error when clicking 
on the links:

Safari can't open 
because Mac OS X doesn't recognize Internet 
addresses starting with "mms:".

So once I retyped with just 
-- it then let me download the video from each 
browser. it was then I discovered...I didn't have 
MediaPlayer installed on my machine at all!!! 
GASP!!! So Quicktime, Real, and ITunes would not 
handle it...forcing me to...go to the Microsoft 
page and download the MediaPlayer (oh the 

Which for some reason wanted me to install it 
using EXCEL!!! $(#*$(@#*$(* -- so I instead 

Windows Media® Components for QuickTime, by 
Flip4Mac, you can play Windows Media files (.wma 
and .wmv) directly in QuickTime Player and view 
Windows Media content on the Internet using a Web 

Which didn't allow me to use closed captioning at all...

so i'm still trying to figure out why i can't 
open the bin file for windows media player at 
all...but the videos look great! once i get 
windows media player to open then i'll let you 
know about the captioning!


>OSX Tiger 10.4.6 non-intel WMP 9 supports closed 
>captioning click View, Show Captions
>watched the Robert Florio clip fine,
>Jonathan Chetwynd
>On 4 Apr 2006, at 20:08, AudioGames.net wrote:
>On http://www.accessibility.nl/games/video/ you 
>can find some edited video interview capture 
>thingies. We're still messing around with the 
>best method to caption the videos automatically 
>from your browser. It should work now, but we'd 
>really like to hear if subtitles don't work on a 
>system. It should at least work in WinXP with 
>MediaPlayer 10. Please turn on subtitels and 
>make sure you check the subtitle-checkbox in the 
>security settings in Mediaplayer 10 (why did MS 
>put an extra checkbox there for captioning??!).
>Oh yeah, we kinda rushed the CC's and I already 
>noticed a couple of mistakes with Kevin's video. 
>Please email me personally if you notice weird 
>things in your captions...
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