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'''Important:''' QuickTime 7 for Windows is no longer supported by Apple.
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Since [[Quicktime|QuickTime]] 7 the Windows version includes a [[wikipedia:ActiveX|ActiveX]] control
 
Since [[Quicktime|QuickTime]] 7 the Windows version includes a [[wikipedia:ActiveX|ActiveX]] control
 
which enables the direct usage of QTVR within almost every Microsoft Office product including Powerpoint.
 
which enables the direct usage of QTVR within almost every Microsoft Office product including Powerpoint.

Revision as of 09:35, 20 August 2019

Important: QuickTime 7 for Windows is no longer supported by Apple. [1]

Since QuickTime 7 the Windows version includes a ActiveX control which enables the direct usage of QTVR within almost every Microsoft Office product including Powerpoint. The following instructions can be used in a similar way for other Microsoft Office products as well.


Show the Control Toolbox

First you have to enable the Control Toolbox. Go to the menu and select View - Toolbars - Control Toolbox

Select Apple QuickTime Control

Select the Apple QuickTime Control 2.0 from the More Controls Element

Draw the rectangle for the QTVR

Now you can paint the rectangle for the QTVR into your slide

Select the Properties

With a right - click onto the QuickTime Control you can open the Properties window

Change the Properties

Within the Properties page change the following values:

Sizing : 1 - qtMovieFitsControl

URL : absolute path to your QTVR in this case c:\panos\park.mov

Panorama on the slide

That's it! If you open the slide as a presentation you can see and control the panorama