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Quicktime import

Started by anse, November 11, 2006, 02:56:48 pm

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dmitry.matora

It does open it, and the video plays fine, which is a huge breakthrough, thank you.
However audio gets unexpected noise over it.
Do you think that can be fixed as well?

mean

If you are using the windows version, the build bot is still stuck at an older version,
else be sure to have >=r8266

dmitry.matora

Oh, right. So where do i get 8266?

mean

As soon as i fix the build bot :)

mean


oktal3700

Quote from: styrol on October 22, 2012, 10:25:58 pm
As a workaround you can use MPEG Streamclip (QuickTime installation needed) and save your MOV file as AVI (no re-encoding, just container format is altered).


Thanks, this trick also resolves a case of the "file too short" problem I was getting when my input files are large (>250MB) vbr QuickTime/mov/MJPEG files generated by X-Plane.

I didn't even need to use a separate program to change the container format. Avidemux with "copy" output codec is sufficient.