Welcome to the forum.
What version of QT do you have installed?
Also, QT is still a 32-bit program.
Thanks for the hint....
I have a newly BUILT PC....and the builder decided to put QT pro on it and didn’t register it.
I uninstalled it .... and reinstalled the FREE version...
Problem went away...
QT is an odd beast. I am not sure what the underlying issue is, but Apple loves to update QT and make it incompatible with Adobe programs. This has gone on for a very long time. Apple will issue a good version, and then a couple that just will not work with anything Adobe. The most recent version (7.6.6 I think), seems to be a bit of a mixed bag. It works for many but not for all. Versions 7.6.3 and 7.6.4 seemed to be death to anything Adobe. For me, the "last known good" version is 7.5.5, but that will not provide full MOV support in CS5. Before that, 7.3.5 was the last known good, and all 7.4.x versions seemed to not work at all with Adobe products. I keep older versions around, never update iTunes AND QT, and will ONLY do a manual download and install, choosing Custom in ALL cases.
Glad that things are working well and good luck,
I wish they'd just get along...
I agree with you. I hold out hope with each new version, but most of the time am disappointed. Going back a bit, 7.3.5 was good for me. Then 7.5.5 was good. Now - well, who knows? Version 7.6.6 gets very high marks from many, though not all users.
Good luck to us all,
I got another issue..
Got rid of the QT problem by reinstalling....QT..
Now...when I QUIT CS5 64 bit (only) the system comes back and says "...program unexpectedly stopped..."
Any ideas on that one?
Only a guess on my part, but QT is still a 32-bit program. I'd think that there might be an issue with the 32-bit vs 64-bit OS, but could be wrong. Maybe others can give you a definitive answer.
I'm having a very similar problem, where it says "AdobeQTServer quit unexpectedly" after I try to import certain files into AE CS5. I tried deleting Quicktime and reinstalling, to no avail. It still shows up as the automatically Pro'ed version because of the Pro Apps I'm using. How did you successfully install the FREE version?
Incidentally I'm trying to import Photoshop CS5 files, which are just several layers of video with masks on them. Oddly some of these psd's import into AE perfectly, but a few others cause this QTServer crash (which also freezes AE).
Any help would be awesome, thanks!
I uninstalled QT and the problem went away. Not sure even why i had QT installed.
> Not sure even why i had QT installed.
Without it, you can't import or export QuickTime movies.
heh, i missed noticing this was the premier forum. i had the same problem with photoshop.