Subject: Re: CDR HELP !!!!!
From: Eric Somers (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jun 29 1999 - 16:38:23 EDT
At 01:07 PM 6/29/99 -0400, dave solursh wrote:
>-After exporting my movie in QT 4, I am finding that my neibours PC can't
>decompress the file, which was compressed as video(they do get the sound
>though). This was before I Flattened it. But I think QT Flattens
Unless there is a change between QT3 and QT4 you do have to flatten a
quicktime movie before it can be read by a windows machine. I have had no
problem with flattened movies playing on both systems from a CDR.
I would use the ISO format. Make sure all file names are a maximum of
eight alphanumeric characters a period and a three letter extension. Mac
long file names are not the same as Windows long file names.
Does any of this help?
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