By default, clean installations of Snow Leopard only have Quicktime X installed. You need Quicktime 7 on your machine. Look in your Utilities folder, as it may already be installed. If not, you can install it from the Additional Installers package on your Snow Leopard disc.
EDIT: Sorry, I see you already have QT Pro installed - move on to the next step:
The current version of QT7 also leaves out the "Enable Legacy Codecs" preference that used to exist. Open a Terminal window and type
qtdefaults write LegacyCodecsEnabled yes
Quicktime system Control --> Advanced --> Allow Encoding Using Legacy CoDecs
That sounds easier! What do you mean by Quicktime system Control?
same question as above...What do you mean by Quicktime system Control?
same question...What do you mean by Quicktime system Control?
Hi Andrew, I did as you said with the terminal window, It still not working!! It is only that or do I have to write a new command??
I just tested it on a MacBook Pro running OS 10.6.3 and QT Pro 7.6.6 and it worked fine.
To confirm the process:
open terminal window
enter the text
qtdefaults write LegacyCodecsEnabled yes and press enter/return
Notice the system responds with "Legacy encoders have been enabled".
What happens when you enter the text?
Hey man, THANKS A LOT!!!
Now It works!!! I must have done something wrong when I tried it before... It gave me a total different answer with a lot of codes!!!
Again many thanks...