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Hello, I am currently using Datavyu v1.3.6 on a PC running Windows 7 Enterprise. I am trying to add a video (.wmv) under the "Add Data" section of the controller, but it's not working for me. I tried both the Quicktime Video and JavaFX plugins. When using the Quicktime plugin, I received an error message, and when using the JavaFX plugin, a small window opened on the top left the first time, but nothing was visible/nothing played. When I closed out of the small window that I opened using JavaFX to try again, nothing would open at all. What do I need to do in order to add videos on Datavyu on my PC? Thanks!

asked 06 Dec, 11:56

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Did you already try restarting Datavyu? The Quicktime plugin sometimes breaks the controller so that other plugins stop working as well.

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answered 06 Dec, 12:04

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Yes, I closed out of Datavyu and tried again with just the Java plug-in and nothing opened up

(06 Dec, 12:09) ja192 ja192's gravatar image

Are you able to resize the window that shows up when you open using the JavaFX plugin?

(06 Dec, 12:11) Shohan Hasan ♦♦ Shohan%20Hasan's gravatar image

The window for the JavaFX plugin has stopped showing up all together (it only happened once). I've since restarted my computer and Datavyu several times and now nothing happens at all when I try to add data.

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