I created a project with Quicktime files -- basically a menu
that points to external QT files and plays them. The project was
done in Windows and then opened on a MAC, edited and published as a
projector. All good. I copied the projector.osx file from the MAC
to a flash drive, then copied it over to the windows machine with
all the associated files to mass produce onto DVD. All good. The
files burn just fine to the DVD. When viewing the DVD on the MAC,
all the files show up including the PDF files, text files, QT
files, images, etc. The only file that is unrecognized is the
projector.osx file. When you click on the file, it says it is
unrecognized and asks to select the application associated with the
file. I don't understand!
The file will play fine on the flash drive. I can copy the
file back and forth from the flash drive (from windows to mac) and
it will always play fine.
You can't burn files for a Mac from a Windows file system.
You need to
burn your DVDs either on a Mac, or (using Nero or similar)
external HFS+ formatted HDD
By moving a Mac projector to a Windows file system its
resource fork is
corrupted/trashed, and when you try to view it on a Mac again
doesn't know what to do with the file.