[PD] supported formats of pix_image

IOhannes m zmoelnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Tue Apr 7 12:16:42 CEST 2009

brandt at subnet.at wrote:
> I am able to play mov´s and avis on w32. afair i just had to install
> the quicktimeplayer after gem

please note that reading data from movie/films and reading data from 
still-images is handled differently in Gem.
that is: the ability to read avi's has no relationship to the ability to 
read tiffs. moreover, the ability to read jpeg-images has nothing todo 
with the ability to open a quicktime with a mjpa stream.

on some platforms it might be possible to open an image with 
[pix_film]/[pix_movie] and vice-versa.
this is a side-effect of the underlying APIs and i currently do not 
recommend such useage.

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