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Questions on converting data, graphics, sound etc. from Mathematica into other file formats.

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then post-process or export however you see fit. The results are not perfect, but they are decent. This is the mechanism used by the Spotlight plugin on Mac, the Google Desktop and other plugins on Windows, and the comparable mechanism on Linux (I forget the name). …
answered May 13 '12 by ragfield
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^Fc9fGB`002X?6G@PDfU^FgIMOBakMR`P<2`P<R1@JGeM83/0 0?l"; Export["~/Desktop/foo.pict", DecodePICT[str], "Binary"] …
answered May 15 '12 by ragfield
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Mathematica uses Apple's QuickTime library to create QuickTime movie files on Mac and Windows. This library is not available (and never has been) for Linux. You should be able to export to AVI or SWF and then perhaps use some 3rd party utility to perform a conversion if necessary. …
answered Sep 25 '12 by ragfield
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It's not possible with any existing version of Mathematica. Mathematica uses drawing routines provided by the operating system to draw the Panel you prefer. In many cases it isn't possible to conver …
answered Apr 27 '12 by ragfield