Play video in lua

  • #1, by andy-rinaldiTuesday, 04. November 2014, 15:39 6 years ago
    Hi guys,
    I'm not able to find how can I play a video in lua... thanks.

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  • #2, by SimonSTuesday, 04. November 2014, 16:20 6 years ago
    Hi, why exactly do you want to do that ?
    It's not possible yet, also if you want to export your game, all videos are renamed.

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  • #3, by afrlmeTuesday, 04. November 2014, 16:22 6 years ago
    I don't think we have a function for playing videos with lua.

    We have startAnimation, startSound & startAction. I believe that is all of the ones we currently have available.

    See: here for all available (exclusive) player functions.

    Sorry.

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  • #4, by andy-rinaldiTuesday, 04. November 2014, 16:57 6 years ago
    ok, no problem. I have a script that check a variable, if this is true, play video...

    if getObject("Conditions[boat_puzzleFault?]"):getBool(VConditionValue) == true then
    getObject("Conditions[boat_puzzlePassed?]"):setValue(VConditionValue, false)
    (play video here)
    else
    ....
    end
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    I have solved with a alternative.

    Thanks.

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  • #5, by afrlmeTuesday, 04. November 2014, 17:45 6 years ago
    You could create a called by other action for it inside of the editor containing the play video action.

    By the way: Simon sorted out short-hand lua script code for Visionaire Studio 4.1 plus.

    if Conditions["boat_puzzleFault"].ConditionValue then
    Conditions["boat_puzzlePassed"].ConditionValue = true
    startAction("Actions[action_name]")
    else
    -- add else actions here or just remove this line & else if not needed.
    end
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    also... you can access data tables without using ["object_name"] too.
    Conditions.condition_name.ConditionValue = false
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    ...although some of the table names are different when using short-hand.
    Values["value_name"].Int -- Int instead of ValueInt or VValueInt
    Values["value_name"].String instead of ValueString or VValueString
    -- etc...
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  • #6, by andy-rinaldiTuesday, 04. November 2014, 22:29 6 years ago
    ok, thanks.

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