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Old 2005-03-31, 07:30 AM
ffooky ffooky is offline
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Originally Posted by michills

My mistake, my AVI file was from somewhere else, good call.

Any idea why quicktime wouldn't recognize it? maybe it was incomplete...??
You can get QuickTime to play a lot of AVI files by installing various components in /Library/QuickTime. A good place to start is here but Google for "XVid quicktime" etc. Lynne's right to recommend VLC as it'll play more of them "out of the box" but if you ever want to burn any to VCD/SVCD/DVD (for whatever reason) you'll be able to use Toast to prepare them rather than ffmpegX etc.
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Black Keys - I Got Mine
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Last edited by ffooky; 2005-03-31 at 07:33 AM. Reason: rewording
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