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  • Tue, Nov 30 2010 4:18 PM

    • blaastfilm
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    MC5 - no pictures/video on quicktime reference export

    I've tried to search the forum, but could not find the same issue other places, so I now try with a new post.

    When exporting a quicktime reference I get no video, only audio. I've tried all possibilities, with and without avid codecs, and so on - also tried making a video mixdown - stll no picture.

    I'm working with 1080i/50 (p2) format, with a few dv pictures. All pictures are imported and consolidated onto an external raid disk.

     

    My Mac is an OS X 10.6.5. with 2 x 2,26 quad core and 16 bg memory.

    I've updated to Avid v5.0.3.5.

    I have both quicktime player 7 and 10.0.

     

    Please help, any suggestions will be really appreciated.

  • Mon, Jan 24 2011 9:27 AM In reply to

    Re: MC5 - no pictures/video on quicktime reference export

     have the same problem. if anyone knows what to do please help

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  • Tue, Jan 25 2011 12:36 AM In reply to

    • hbrock
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    Re: MC5 - no pictures/video on quicktime reference export

    You may not have the necessary Quicktime component installed.  Confirm that Quicktime can play the codec by exporting a self-contained Same as Source version.  

    MacPro, MacBook Pro and a Cube (masquerading as a kleenex dispenser). [view my complete system specs]

    Must think of something clever to go here...

  • Thu, Aug 11 2011 7:51 AM In reply to

    Re: MC5 - no pictures/video on quicktime reference export

    I had the same problem,

     

    what helped was renaming the (external) hard drive - the name was very long and must have confused the quicktime reference link...

    I guess the same problem may occur if using special characters such as ü, ä, etc...

     

     

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