.mov on Windows

Trevor DeVore lists at mangomultimedia.com
Tue Feb 8 00:07:06 CST 2005


On Feb 7, 2005, at 7:15 PM, Scott Rossi wrote:
> SnapzPro may be set to use a compression codec (ie Cinepak, Sorenson, 
> etc)
> that is not present on the target machine.  It would be best to find 
> out
> what is actually available on your target machine.
>
> Also, you may need to "flatten" the movie, which means move any 
> Mac-specific
> info into the MOV's data fork.  There used to be a specific option in 
> QT Pro
> to do this but I'm not sure what Apple calls it now (might be Optimize 
> Hints
> for Server but not sure).

Steve,

What Scott mentions in the first paragraph is most likely your problem. 
  You shouldn't run into the problem of a movie not being flattened 
using SnpazPro.

You most likely compressed with a codec that isn't part of the standard 
QuickTime installation (the TechSmith Ensharpen codec for example).  
After recording your movie in SnapzPro the dialog box that comes up 
will tell you what compressor you are saving the movie with.

-- 
Trevor DeVore
Blue Mango Multimedia
trevor at mangomultimedia.com



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