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|Companies that used it||Presto Studios|
|Games that use it||The Journeyman Project: Pegasus Prime|
|Date added to ScummVM||Error: Invalid time.|
|First release containing it||N/A|
- Engine is outside of the tree
- Both full game and demo are completable from the beginning
- Only the Macintosh version is supported
- Make QuickTime properly stop at a given time
- Videos usually display a frame more than they should
- Implement QuickTime rate control
- Used by the Norad filling station
- Used by the "pressure" mini-game when destroying Poseidon
- Screen fading
- When loading a game from the pause menu (or from cmd/ctrl+o/l in-game), some videos somehow unpause and play some amount of audio
- Energy bar calibration sometimes flashes full before calibrating properly (doesn't always happen)
- Code cleanup
- Remove last two global constructed objects
- Propagate a PegasusEngine pointer to various classes
- Cleanup some constant handling
- Some slow computers shouldn't delay the 10ms on playing videos (not from the Movie class) (ie. digitall's Atom processor is too slow to handle it :P)
- Probably should only delay if getTimeToNextFrame() >= 10
- This should probably also go to other playback loops throughout ScummVM...
Original Game Bugs
- WSC: Dragging the antidote on the screen on your second trip in always shows the end replication video
- Mars: Cursor shows during the canyon chase after moving it
- Norad Delta: The loop sound for the missile control room is corrupt on the disc; mastering error? But the code is broken too!
- General: From the main menu, selecting 'walkthru' does nothing -- the game just resets to adventure.*
- WSC: The "Images/AI/WSC/XN59WD" video is missing causing an AI video not to play.
- General: After using "cmd+o" to load a game while the pause menu is up, the screen dimmer remains on screen after loading the game.*
- TSA: After destroying the robot ship on Mars and returning to the present, the game will always play the Ares optical memory video even though you didn't pick it up. There's no nice way to deal with this because the "Reviewing Optical Memory BioChip" extra sequence has to be played when returning to the TSA for the last time which leads into the "All Clear" extra sequence. It's possible to just not play the Ares Optical Memory sequence, however.
* items have been fixed