quicktime

yellow

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chris200x9 said:
my quicktime won't open my video files (mpeg)
Well, more info might help.

What version of Quicktime, what version of OS X? Which version of MPEG?

If it's MPEG-2, then you have to buy a playback componant from Apple.
 

chris200x9

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If it's MPEG-2, then you have to buy a playback componant from Apple.


that sux..how much does it cost?
 

chris200x9

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how do you download everything i download as a movie by hitting save wont come up quicktim says error
 

yellow

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I assume you have Quicktime Pro? Becuase you cannot download and save through Quicktime unless you have Quicktime Pro.
 

chris200x9

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wow... im sorry i feel stupid:eek: no i don't have pro....how much does that cost?
 

ddekker

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quicktime

not sure, but download flipformac and see what it does, I know windows media player plays mpg's without trying to sell you something (Sorry i dislike quicktime)

DD
 

dpaanlka

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ddekker said:
not sure, but download flipformac and see what it does, I know windows media player plays mpg's without trying to sell you something (Sorry i dislike quicktime)
All Flip4Mac is, is a plug-in for QuickTime to read windows media formats.

QuickTime player is not meant to be a direct competitor to Windows Media player on a PC - that's what iTunes is for.

QuickTime format itself is superior to Windows Media.
 

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