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    Junior Member Cybertooth's Avatar
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    [COLOR=rgb(0, 0, 128)]Hi there! I have an issue concerning a .MOV video file. [/COLOR]

    [COLOR=rgb(0, 0, 128)]My client gave me a .MOV video to work with. That vid works well on his Mac (using Quicktime I suppose). Problem is, it's just not recognized by any software I have on any [/COLOR]
    [COLOR=rgb(0, 0, 128)]PC I have access to.[/COLOR]
    [COLOR=rgb(0, 0, 128)]I tried to play it on: Quicktime (latest version), VLC Player, Windows Media Player (I'm desprate), AVS Video Converter, Koyote Video Converter.[/COLOR]
    [COLOR=rgb(0, 0, 128)]Nothing works so far. Any suggestions ? Thanks ![/COLOR]

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    Senior Member Ronald Roe's Avatar
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    So, is it embedded in a web page, or just straight off the drive? If it's embedded on a page, that is likely the cause. It's better to go with Youtube or something like it for something like that. If you're just talking about straight off the drive...I can't help you on that. Macs are just weird. and so are the people who swear by them...
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    Junior Member Cybertooth's Avatar
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    Nah, it's off the drive. I have this unreadable .mov video...

    Thanks anyway!!!

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    It's possible it was encoded as a .mov with an older format. You'd think the newest QT would run it, but I have seen the header on the file get corrupted by trying to open it with vlc player.

    Try anysoft video converter, might be able to open it and export it into a
    Readable format. Worth a try.

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    Junior Member Cybertooth's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Webzarus, post: 218387
    It's possible it was encoded as a .mov with an older format. You'd think the newest QT would run it, but I have seen the header on the file get corrupted by trying to open it with vlc player.

    Try anysoft video converter, might be able to open it and export it into a
    Readable format. Worth a try.
    Thanks Webzarus, I will try that!


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