export from Quicktime Pro

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  1. eclipse525 macrumors 6502a

    eclipse525

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    I have all these ".mpg, .mpeg, .mov, .avi" files that I'd like to export to the iPod/Video section of iTunes. I have Quicktime Pro and I tried export a bunch of them but they all export without the audio. It also says that the files doesn't contain audio prior to export. The original plays fine with audio and all. Does anyone know how to accomplish an export with Audio? Thanks!


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  2. ColoJohnBoy macrumors 65816

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    I'm having the same problem here. I haver a bunch of music videos that I want to convert and put on my new iPod, but whenever I try do this, no matter what format I choose, there isn't any audio. When I check the movie properties, it always shows something like in the picture. Any ideas on how to fix this? All my movies are in .mov format.
     

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  3. DerChef macrumors 6502

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    This appears to be a bug with the most recent quicktime update :mad: It was working fine (BUT SLOWLY:rolleyes: ) on the same files before.

    I now use iSquint to do my IPod Video conversion which saves my time and prevents an overworked processor going into meltdown with ******* QT:(
     
  4. ColoJohnBoy macrumors 65816

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    I tried using iSquint, but every time it gave me a message about an invalid file format, saying each file had the extension ".mov.wav". I can't find any reference to the .wav part except in iSquint.
     
  5. PBG4 macrumors member

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    i was just gonna ask the same thing...
    exported file, no audiotrack... :(
     
  6. DerChef macrumors 6502

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    Just been searching Apple.com help and its apparently because the the audio in the original file is "Muxed"

    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=302588

    Apple seem to be aware of this and could not careless:( . Sorry I paid the money for Quicktime pro now.:mad:

    There is a program called "Streamclip" that I have been trying that is very good if "iSquint" does not do the job:cool:
     
  7. cruxed macrumors regular

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    I'm getting no audio as well for QT Pro, and most of my videos won't convert under iSquint.

    I've turned to iMovie now, as it contains an export to iPod function. All you do is drag your clips into the timeline, and export it.

    Works great for me, and is much faster than QT Pro! :D
     
  8. eclipse525 thread starter macrumors 6502a

    eclipse525

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    I figured this out a while ago.

    I originally was importing into iMovie and then exporting but it was still taking a while. Then someone turned me onto Podner and that handles muxed files perfectly. Give it a shot!


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