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Well, you won't like the answer: You need to uninstall everything, then install QT, then re-install. The problem here is, that the Adobe products cannot configure certain settings if they do not know the paths to Quicktime and its extensions, including your beloved FLV extension. Part of that is done during install, so naturally it won't work by installing QT post-facto.
Many thanks for helping me out...
Well i tried exactly as you've mentioned but it still wont work...i uninstalled Quicktime, After Effects 7.0, Flash CS3 (along with the encoders of flash that ship along),and then restarted the whole process of installation with QT at the first place..But it still ends up in the "scripting" plugin error.
Could you specify which would be the best render setting for obtaining best quality output.?..i've seen 720 p outputs renderable if one has QT installed.if not, which would be the best?
Till da nxt1,
I'm sorry to hear that. Sounds like something is severely mixed up on your system. Do you by any chance use some widget-y system extensions? Users have reported some funny things going on when e.g. MenuMaster or specific news feed widgets are installed. In any case, since for the time being you seem to be stuck with no QT in AE, you should work with TIFF files and PSDs. Both formats are reasonably compressed (for TIFF, enable the LZW option), support 16bpc and they are handled by native Adobe loaders/ savers, which should eliminate any potential interference side effects from your defunct QT routines. In addition, TIFFs can play almost realtime in AE just like some QT CoDecs, which helps when scrubbing through a complex project.
Ok sir....will try that for the time being...
thanks a lot for the quick response!!!