Thanks John, I appreciate it. Two follow-up questions –
1_ Do you have thoughts on why this issue with the QT32 server happened and how to prevent it in the future?
2_ If I misplaced my serial number, how might I retrieve it, perhaps from other existing CS6 products I still have and am able to run on my computer?
If you have OS X 10.9.x, or later you may see this warning. It actually doesn't mean anything since legacy QuickTime is no longer a part of the system. The thing is that you may have triggered it with an unsupported QuickTime component or media that was only supported with legacy QuickTime. Do you know which format the clip in question was recorded in?
I apologize for the delay in responding back but I appreciate your help nonetheless. The clip was recorded on my Canon 5D Mk III in 1920x1080 24 fps IPB (so high compression). And I think the camera records in ProRes 422, correct? Does this offer any insight? I think I understand the point you were making with the legacy version QuickTime but I'm still unsure of how to be able to work around the issue I was having and reinstall CS6.