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Old 04-22-2003, 10:41 PM
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Default Major Problem Transfer TDM MAC Quicktime to PC Quicktime

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The issue i have is when i render a postproduction project out on an MAC as an .mov. I have no problems playing it on a mac but when i burn a disk an transfer it to my pc. with an 001 i get no video, even when i just play it in QUICKTIME all i get is AUDIO!

Now what i think the problem is. Whne iI save out the file i have to save not just as a name but name.mov.

Just a concluision that i came up not shure if it will work cant get to a mac till tommorrowo.
thanks DUC users i know i will get goo answers back.

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