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  1. I get this error when importing into Premiere (and AE) "unsupported or damaged file" and I get this when I try to open in QT "not a file Quicktime understands". The file works, I am the only one having problems on my computers. Weird thing is when I use Movavi Video Converter and Allok MPEG4 Converter (which is years old and probably $30 each) can read the file fine. It can also convert the file and I can then open the new Quicktime in PP! Unfortunately, I can't retian the quality I need by exporting it out again from one of these converters. Any ideas what it is? If it was a codec issue, I thought updating all my software would help, but it didn't. Also, I would think Movavi wouldn't be able to read it if there was a problem with the file. I updated Adobe's latest Media pac. Thanks!
  2. Head over to my blog to check out the link to the new x.264 quicktime export codec. Its pretty nice. Fixes the washed out color problem that occurs with the h.264 codec. You can check a comparison on my blog. http://kevingabriel2...ad-win-mac.html There is a sweet new PC version for the Super v.2010 build.52. Much more stable and way less crashes. For the PC version, head to the bottom of the download page and find the link to download. Follow the instruction and ENJOY. A good tip is to make all the setting changes to the GUI and close the program. When you reopen the program all the changes will be there and it will be a breeze to render your files. Otherwise I have found that when you change settings and process a render you tend to get crashes.
  3. Head over to my blog to check out the link to the new x.264 quicktime export codec. Its pretty nice. Fixes the washed out color problem that occurs with the h.264 codec. You can check a comparison on my blog. http://kevingabriel2...ad-win-mac.html There is a sweet new PC version for the Super v.2010 build.52. Much more stable and way less crashes. For the PC version, head to the bottom of the download page and find the link to download. Follow the instruction and ENJOY. A good tip is to make all the setting changes to the GUI and close the program. When you reopen the program all the changes will be there and it will be a breeze to render your files. Otherwise I have found that when you change settings and process a render you tend to get crashes.
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