You don't specify what you're using to play back the file. Try VLC.
ARG!~ thanks Jim!
I didnt think to use VLC, and of course, it plays perfectly. I was using QuickTime.
Now my problem is going to be getting it to play on their computers. I'm fairly sure they arent using the VLC player. They are using the quicktime player (as I was doing before).
I know there are some 32bit vs 64 bit issues with qucktime, Im guessing thats where the problem lies...
I guess I'm wondering what other PC users are delivering to their Mac/quicktime clients? - specifically something exported out of Adobe Media Encoder...and when a client asks specifically for a .mov what do they deliver?
Not Jim, but...
I send all of my mac user clients H.264 .mp4 files.
Sometimes I will even change the extension
to .m4v to make them more comfortable.
Ive done the same thing thing for quite a while now. This is the first time Ive run into someone insisting on a .mov extension.
I appreciate the helpful thought.