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  • #7922

    Vlad

    Hi

    Does %subj% supports mp3 files?

    I’ve issue – my mp3 files was not included to resources on OSX

    br,

    Vlad

    #7923

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi Vlad,

    playing audio files from resources is troublesome with Qt 5 at the moment and we have reported this as a critical bug to Digia which will hopefully be fixed with the next Qt release.

    At the moment, you can do the following to work around this bug:

    1. Do not use the BackgroundMusic element, but instead the SoundEffectVPlay component and convert your music to a wav file. That way you can keep the qrc deployment.

    2. Switch to non-qrc deployment (but with assets folders). See the Squaby demo .pro file where this is done because of the same reasons.

    Please watch the changelog of the next V-Play updates to get notified when this bug is fixed by Digia and incorporated to V-Play.

    Cheers, Chris

    #8034

    Vlad

    Hi

     

    it seems, subj has an issue with muting

    when I try to mute BackgroundMusic item on iOS it doesnt works

    set volume to 0 doesnt works either

    #8051

    Vlad

    Hi

     

    I also tried Audio {} and MediaPlayer{} elements but still issues with muting sound on iOS

    Is this a bug in Qt5 multimedia?

    Do you have similar issues?

     

    Thanks,

    Vlad

    #8052

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi Vlad,

    yes this was an iOS bug in QtMultimedia, I reported it and it is fixed with the next Qt release 5.4. (ETA October 2014). You can test the sound muting of a pure Qt Quick project with Qt 5.4 alpha which should be released next week.

    Cheers, Chris

    #8053

    Vlad

    Hi Christian

     

    thanks!

    Is it possible to built dev branch of Qt5 and use it for deployment my V-Play game instead of current Qt 5.3.1 ?

    br

    Vlad

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