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Old Mar 03, 2006, 05:20 AM
Bobby George Bobby George is offline
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Default .Mov clip into iMovie - it won't work - plse help

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I have been sent a short Quicktime clip that has been saved in a .mov format.
The clip has been sent by a Windows colleague and looks on the surface like a normal Qtime clip. The clip does not contain audio and only 24 seconds of footage.

I want to put the clip into iMovie but I get the error message 'This file could not be imported: Unknown error.

I have been to the website where the clip is from and it doesn't give me any options to download the clip (I have Qtime Pro 7 so normally i can).
It claims that the clip cannot be saved.
I don't know how the person I got it from managed to do it but they are a Windows user so any advice won't probably work anyway.

I need to know of some simple to use and preferrably free software that I can use to convert the clip into another format that iMovie will accept.

I am running OSX 10.4.5 using iLife '06 and Quicktime Pro 7.0.4

Thanks
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Old Mar 03, 2006, 07:41 AM
Bobby George Bobby George is offline
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No probs, sorted it myself by using ffMpegX and a lot of trial and error.
This is a great piece of shareware, really good and worth a look if you are having trouble converting software.
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Old Jul 07, 2006, 03:54 AM
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[URL="***********.mp4converter.net/"]mp4converter.net is most likely what you want
it contains many converters, including free wares.
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Old Nov 10, 2006, 02:01 AM
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I need to know of some simple to use and preferrably free software that I can use to convert the clip into another format that iMovie will accept.
You can get a programm for free by visiting the [URL="***********.imtoo.com/downloads/dvd-ripper-3.exe"]link
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Old Nov 10, 2006, 06:09 PM
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This guy probably wont check since he posted this in march, plus, thats a PC program. This guy is on a mac.
 

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