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 Post subject: quicktime pro 7
PostPosted: Fri May 05, 2006 9:58 pm 
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The problem I have is that when I export a video with Quicktime there is no sound, when I go to the sound box it is not active so I can't click on it,
I have been reading some posts you have but I do not understand all the tech stuff you talk about (sorry ) But seems there is a problem.? not just me. I am running windows. Is there a way of fixing this. I have spoken and emailed Quicktime but they are not interested. can you help or am I in the wrong place.
regards ....Phil :roll:


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PostPosted: Sat May 06, 2006 8:15 am 
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Are you trying to process MPEG-1 files with QuickTime Pro? You can usually tell this by file extension, typicaly .mpg, or by looking at the Show Movie Info window in QuickTime Player, available under the Window menu.

QuickTime can play the sound in MPEG-1 files but it can't export it to new formats, like the iPod video format. Podner works around this limitation in QuickTime by relying on a third-party tool to extract the audio from MPEG-1 files. Unfortunately, our software is only for Mac OS X and will not work on Windows.

Does anyone here know of a good iPod video conversion solution for Windows? We've briefly looked at Videora iPod Converter, at http://www.videora.com/en-us/Converter/iPod/ , but it seems to have settled at version 0.91 and has mixed reviews.

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PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2006 3:58 am 
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Yeah Thanks Keith you are spot on 8) the movie was downloaded from my Sony dig cam which records in MPEG-1
Many thanks anyway as I have windows I can't use Quicktime for exporting. Why didn't Quicktime tell me all this and save everybodys time... :twisted: So will look on the net for some other program
Regards ....Phil :P


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