I was wondering if CrossOver would be suitable for software that supports MJPEG, MPEG4 H.264 , specifically a piece of software called luxriot http://www.legacy.luxriot.com/eng/products/vms/ Or perhaps applications that have a high video dependence would not be suitable for Crossover.
It would free my machine's dependency on a windows licence and various other machines used for this purpose alone.
If you think it may be suitable, I was wondering the options going forward. Would I be on my own on getting this working ? Could i pay for support in getting the software working Or even straight out pay for it to work?
I did attempt at one point to get this to run on Wine , where the interface ran , however the video remained blank.
I downloaded the software, installed it and out of the box it installed and worked there was no problems for me (Good sign) but i do not know the software you can download the trial and try it yourself. I installed it in a windows xp bottle I'M running Ubuntu 16.04 64 bit and Crossover Linux 16.2 and nothing extra like .net added to the bottle. You wont be on your own you get 1 free phone support call, 1 email support and you can buy more if you need it and there's always the forums people help out all the time if all else fails you can always pay to have it ported.
You may need to install video codacs in the bottle if the video won't work or .net like i said i don't know the software.
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