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What version of Quicktime are you using? Have you updated it recently?
Are you running any third-party codec packs?
Have you tried deleting your preferences file?
Hi Andrew, thanks for response to me
I'm using the last version of Quicktime: 7.5
Yes, K-Lite Mega Codec Pack (Full version) --- I've try AE CS3 (import files) before install this pack, and I had the same problem..
Yes, many times
More ideas ?
0) When u launch the application, do it by right clicking on the exe-file (or your desktop link, what ever you use) and then clikc on "run as administrator"
In Case its an issue based on the codecs on your system, you might want use Gspot to check situation:
hope that helps a bit.
In the course of troubleshooting you then might want to
deactivate some codecs on the system, then :
It might be of relevance to have QuickTime and Flash Player updated to the latest versions on the system ..
3) if your sourcefiles are on a network drive, pleace move them to an internal HD first
4) You might wnat to check, what happens when you lauch the application in Win XP SP2 compatibility mode. It might not help, but aventually give another error message which might give a hint ?
5) Lauch Vista in Simplified mode and try again
Umm, not to sound to snobbistic about the others' suggestions, but the simple point missed here is that AE does not officially support a single intel graphics chipset. Therefore you will have to turn all of your acceleration functions in order to work with AE relaibly. in details this means to turn off OpenGL in AE itself and on the operating system level it can mean to manually turn off Aero and the other features.
thats a good info, i personaly collect such hints,
cheers ! :-)