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Troubles viewing QuickTime Movies from Final Cut Pro

 
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riecks



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PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2006 2:28 pm    Post subject: Troubles viewing QuickTime Movies from Final Cut Pro Reply with quote

Getting Audio, but no video for a number of QuickTime files that are coming out of Final Cut Pro. The specs for the files that are not showing thumbnails is below. Note I can hear the audio, but there is no image when the clip plays.

QuickTime Movie
Uncompressed 10 bit 422
720 x 486
9.97 fps
1:1 compression
spatial quality: lossless
Mono audio
48000 hz, 16 bit audio

Conversely, a .mov file with mp4a encoding plays just fine, both audio and visual.

Is this an issue with the format of the Quicktime, or do I need to update something in iView or on the system? Quicktime gives me the following notice: "QuickTime is missing software required to perform this operation. Unfortunately is it not available on the QuickTime server. "

Well, if it's not on the quicktime server, where could it be? Is this possible a codec issue?

Mac OS 10.3.9, iView 3.0.2. Quicktime 6.5.2

thanks,

David
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PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2006 9:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's not often that I get to answer my own question, but after installing a trial version of iview 3 on a newer mac that has QuickTime 7, everything is working fine.

I'm assuming if I upgrade to QuickTime 7 on my machine that I'll be able to view the clips on my local machine here as well.

David
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