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What kind of media? Please provide some more info about CoDecs and resolutions.
Quicktime movies seem to be the only problem.The CoDec and resolution doesn't change anything.
Then, what version of QT? did you update to the latest 7.6? other users have reported issues with it in some areas. Also, make sure to enable the "Allow Encoding to Legacy Formats" option in the QT control panel. It may circumvent the issue and give a better behavior. As a last step, try to manually initiate legacy compatibility by selecting "GIF/ Quicktime movie" as file type when importing. It's quite possible that some formats handled by MediaCore give trouble, but work just fine with this option...
I have the latest version of Quicktime. First I thought it might have been a problem with quicktime, so I removed it from my system and downloaded it again. That didn't help. I enabled "Allow Encoding to Legacy Formats" like you said, an I will test if that has solved the problem in s couple of minutes.
Thanks for your quick response.
I tested it and it's been about 30 minutes since I closed After Effects and my PC hasn't crashed.
The only problem is that that movie flickers every second or so, which was still happening before but I forgot to mention.
I'll do some more testing on Sunday.
The crashing is still happening, I tried reinstalling quicktime again but it has seemed to have no effect.
Can someone please provide some more information as to how to resolve the problem.
Thanks in advance,