The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library adds various multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and Microsoft Silverlight,
to applications designed using Qt framework. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> integrates with the Qt Designer form designer,
simplifying the addition of new objects and speeding up the design process. <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> is just what programmers need to
create applications with big possibilities for multimedia.
The heart of the <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library is a class container inherited from the QWidget class. This class container is
capable of displaying Netscape-compatible plug-ins that support the NPAPI architecture. The container supports
both plug-ins that require a separate operating system window and plug-ins that are displayed in the Qt window.
This allows combining content drawn by Qt with content drawn by plug-ins. The container interacts with the Qt Script
the signal/slot mechanism, the fundamental mechanism for connecting objects in Qt.<br>
The library's functionality is expanded by classes which make the properties and methods of specific NPAPI plug-ins
accessible. One example is the class Qtitan::AdobeFlash, which has the properties Transparent and Loop, implemented
by the Adobe Flash plug-in. The class acts like an end component and can be used by the programmer for integration
with applications in Adobe Flash. Besides Adobe Flash, the current version of the library supports work with
Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Reader in a similar manner.<br><br>
<b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library components can be added during design-time mode or directly during runtime mode. In the first case,
design is done through Qt Designer, with the help of which most of the properties of the integrated components are
displayed and configured. During runtime, components are created and placed on a form like any other object whose classes have been inherited from QWidget.
Additionally, the library does not require an embedded browser such as WebKit or Internet Explorer, since the library
is itself a mini-browser for the plug-in. The <b>Qtitan Multimedia</b> library includes all of the necessary mechanisms for launching
plug-ins created using the Netscape Plug-in API, which allows substantial savings in application resources.
To have a look at the library's benefits, a demonstration version can be downloaded from our server
(in the downloads section) using the link given below <a href="http://www.devmachines.com/download.php">Qtitan Multimedia download</a>.
The library can be purchased at the same address, either with or without the source code.
Date added 28 May 2012
Last Updated 28 May 2012