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Try using this:

http://www.pcfreetime.com/

I had a linux machine create .mov files and they worked on linux and
windows, not the mac. When I converted, from mov to mov they worked.


On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 2:36 PM, Logan Cooke <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Did you try installing The Perian Plugin for Quicktime? That may enable
> you to open and export with Quicktime.
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> On Apr 18, 2013, at 2:34 PM, Drew Blanchard <[log in to unmask]>
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> (For you Mac users out there)
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> After spending a few hours trying to solve this, I quit.
>
> My Sony digital video cameras create .mov files, which iMovie, iPhoto and
> Quicktime all refuse to open (unsupported file format) in OS X 10.7x (or
> 10.8x).  Cheating, by changing the file extension, doesn't help.  I'm
> trying to find the quickest, simplest way to convert these files - so
> teachers can use the cameras and work with iMovie '11.
>
> *Can* do it via VLC's Streaming/export wizard, but this is NOT for
> newbies.
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> Any "free" app for this (and I tried LOTS of them) come with watermarks or
> other serious limitations.
>
> Freemake Video Converter is Windows only.
>
> Toast will do this, but it's not free.
>
> I spent a lot of time in the Apple forums, and have now run into a dead
> end.  Advice?  Again, I need this to be extremely simple for classroom
> teachers (otherwise, I'll be spending a lot of time converting files for
> everyone).
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> Thanks!
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