There seem to be problems with Quicktime 7, on panther at least. I was getting a crash every time I tried to play an ogg either via iTunes or quicktime.
The patch below prevents the crashing, but its indicitive of deeper problems as Quicktime is returning a samplecount of zero. As such no actual sound is produced - i'm includign it to help somebody who knows the code better than me to diagnose the problem rather than suggesting it as a fix.
My copy of Tiger should arrive in a few days so I will test on there later.
--- src/OggVDecompressor.c 18 Apr 2004 17:59:55 -0000 1.17
+++ src/OggVDecompressor.c 3 May 2005 10:16:51 -0000
@@ -976,6 +976,10 @@ static ComponentResult PrimeSource(OggVD
FailWithAction(globals->sourceDataPtr == nil, result = paramErr, Exit);
sourceDataPtr = globals->sourceDataPtr;
+ // Fail if there is no audio
+ FailIf(sourceDataPtr->sampleCount == 0, Exit);
globals->outputData.flags = sourceDataPtr->flags; // copy flags unchanged
globals->outputData.sampleRate = sourceDataPtr->sampleRate; // copy sample rate unchanged
globals->outputData.numChannels = sourceDataPtr->numChannels; // copy numchannels unchanged
Information relating to this issue should probably go on the relevant bug report: http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1144430&group_id=41359&atid=430388
Thanks for looking into it.
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