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What operating system are you on? Do you even have Quicktime installed?
I have Windows Vista Ultimate and of course I do but I want to know why the video clips and .mod aren't working along with quick time
Go here and download one of the free files and try to import
Hello? Are you going to reply?
Please give some more detail about your computer and camera.
What version AE? What version of Quicktime? Do you have any third party codecs installed?
Can you import other file formats to AE - avi, psd, jpg?
Does the problem footage play correctly in other applications?
The clips from Detonation Films should work perfectly in any version of AE, so it sounds like a system problem...
> I have Windows Vista Ultimate and of course I do but I want to know why the video clips and .mod aren't working along with quick time
> Go here and download one of the free files and try to import
Try renaming the Mod file to Mpg and see if that makes any different.
I've used clips from detonation films in the past without problem. The
full resolution clips are in avi dv format and compressed clips are
either in mpg or qt mov format. There should be no real reason they
should not import without difficulty.
Well I have a Panasonic SDR-H18. It records files as .mod
I'm not sure what version but I CS3.
Guys it doesn't matter anymore. I found a solution.
"Guys it doesn't matter anymore. I found a solution."
And that is..... Care to elaborate, so others may benefit from similar situations?
Well lol I just use windows movie maker.
I put the scenes together then publish them into wmv and then edit them with after effects