Hey guys im still quite new to Unity and the video playback feature to work. Im unsure how to define the path of the file in the Unity Inspector. Thanks
Im using Unity 4 and Vuforia 2 for android.
Happy to hear that it is now working.
Alpha channels in videos is not supported at the moment; however we have seen a few more requests for this;
may I invite you to post in the wish-list section of our Forum ?
OK, so, first, if you imported the full sample and double-clicked on the "Vuforia-VideoPlayback" scene, you would get everything working;
however, if you want to setup things step-by-step, you need to add a few scripts here and there:
Note: all the scripts above are under the scripts/ folder of the project (except for DataSetLoadBehaviour.cs, which is in QualcommAugmented Reality/Scripts)
Yes, you need something like the picking logic implemented in the VideoPlaybackController.cs script which comes with the sample.
Are you suign the VideoPlayback sample "as is" right now, or have you built your own ?
Great, I can just render a new one out, I just did a quick test with the sizzle reels_1, It now displays the "Play" icon but when I tap on it to play it dosnt play, do I need to add some thing like raycasting to allow it to be pressed?
Yes, the .mov format is not supported (I overlooked the extension of your file, sorry);
on Android, the video player supports the following formats:
I would suggest trying with mp4 or m4v files (MPEG format).
File is called EE_Full.mov and in the streamingassets folder so i have "StreamingAssets/EE_Full.mov"
if the file is "StreamingAssets/EE_Full.mov", then you should put just "EE_Full.mov" in the Path box
(please read again carefully my previous message)
Thanks, Ive put it in. File is called EE_Full.mov and in the streamingassets folder so i have "StreamingAssets/EE_Full.mov" in the box. I just tested it on my Samsung Note and it displayed the Playback box as a white box with the X "icon error" in the centre of it.
Hi, the Path field located in the VideoPlaybackBehaviour script (which is attached to each video object) can be set in different ways, depending if the video file will be packaged with the App or if it is stored outside the App (for instance if it is stored on the SD card of your Android device);
I hope this answer your question.
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