My version of Adobe Presenter is Presenter 9.0.2
Inserting an FLV shouldn't prompt for Quicktime. As I recall, only importing MP4 content required the use of QuickTime.
Are you able to insert video without Quicktime? You don't say what is or is not happening when you import a video.
I can import FLV videos but once that I try to see the presentation, none video is reproduced in the slide (image attached). However, I have no chance to import videos like .mpeg or h.264. It appears the message about the necessity of having Quicktime.
It seems that the video is not load so the only way that I have to import videos is using a .swf file with video bar.
Thanks in advance for your support.
If you are willing to share the video file, I can look at it and see if I expereince the same issue. You may also need to contact support to see if they can provide any insight about why Presenter is acting like this.
If you are able to share the video, you can PM me a link or email it to me. My email is jorma[at]realeyesconnect.com