Video playback issue High Sierra Developer Beta 4

jbleonelli

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Apr 22, 2017
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Hi!

Since I installed High Sierra DP 4, i cannot playback any video on iTunes (12.7) or Quicktime Player. I can hear the sound, but I get a green screen.

Anyone having the same issue?

Thanks!
 

conradwt

macrumors member
Nov 21, 2005
89
4
Hi!

Since I installed High Sierra DP 4, i cannot playback any video on iTunes (12.7) or Quicktime Player. I can hear the sound, but I get a green screen.

Anyone having the same issue?

Thanks!
I'm experiencing the same issue here and I'm wishing that they can roll out a fix sooner rather later.
 
Jul 4, 2015
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Apple is too busy collecting your personal data to bother with things like video playback or decent macOS or Windows drivers to fully support your computer's hardware. Their leadership are too busy counting their stock earnings to notice our pesky problems.

Be let's be patient...every year they release the most "advanced operating system in the world". In the next release they might support video features on par with Windows 7.

Maybe.
 

nekton1

macrumors 6502a
Apr 15, 2010
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Hi!

Since I installed High Sierra DP 4, i cannot playback any video on iTunes (12.7) or Quicktime Player. I can hear the sound, but I get a green screen.

Anyone having the same issue?

Thanks!
[doublepost=1501300895][/doublepost]Data on mac model might help get a response!
[doublepost=1501300986][/doublepost]
I'm experiencing the same issue here and I'm wishing that they can roll out a fix sooner rather later.

Which Mac—the MBP or the MP?
 

mikecalderone

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Aug 5, 2015
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Laguna Niguel, CA USA
[doublepost=1501300895][/doublepost]Data on mac model might help get a response!
[doublepost=1501300986][/doublepost]


Which Mac—the MBP or the MP?
I have noticed that The customer release beta 3 has issues has this issue. I have a 2013 MacBook pro and in iTunes I can't play a HD movie. I get a green screen, but I can hear the audio. I can play a 720p video, so it's only the 1080p HD Movies.
 

burgman

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Sep 24, 2013
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Apple is too busy collecting your personal data to bother with things like video playback or decent macOS or Windows drivers to fully support your computer's hardware. Their leadership are too busy counting their stock earnings to notice our pesky problems.

Be let's be patient...every year they release the most "advanced operating system in the world". In the next release they might support video features on par with Windows 7.

Maybe.
Skimming posts again? it's a wait for it... Beta
 

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