- There is no simple way of customizing the way in which the movie is embedded in the web page.
I've put together a demo page with a number of examples, but to give you an idea of what you can do, how about the option to watch the trailer for Fracture or WALL-E.
Updated 26/10/2008: I've added a check to see if QuickTime is installed so that we don't even try to embed it if it isn't there.
Updated 07/11/2008: I've removed code that worked around the Eolas patent as a) I don't think it is really needed and b) it was causing two instances of QuickTime to be embedded in IE which resulted in audio problems. Thanks to Jonathan for pointing out the IE problem.
Updated 27/11/2008: Added the ability to provide either a re-direct URL or a function to be called when the user clicks to play a movie if they don't have QuickTime installed.
Updated 30/11/2008: A very minor update to allow the URL of the QuickTime movie to contain parameters.
Updated 02/12/2008: Added the ability to place links to the QuickTime movies outside of the DIV in which they will be played. Thanks to Stephen for the suggestion.
Updated 14/10/2009: Updated the CSS styles to include the standard CCS3
opacityas new versions of Firefox no longer respect the
-moz-opacitysetting. Also the script now ensures that the DIV in which the movie will be played is fully within the viewable area by scrolling the page if necessary.
Updated 26/11/2010: Added support for showing alternative HTML content if QuickTime is not installed. Thanks to Niklas Olofsson for the suggestion.