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Necessary software missing for 30 Gb movie from Digibeta

Necessary software missing for 30 Gb movie from Digibeta

Necessary software missing for 30 Gb movie from Digibeta

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Hi. I have put a 30 Gigabyte movie (which is a best possible quality transformation from an only 20 minutes long mute DigiBeta movie) on my harddrive. Quicktime (new 7.1, but also the version before) doesnt play it and says that necessary software is missing and connects me with the Quicktime Components Page. I have no idea, which of those programs could maybe help. (On2, ZyGoVideo, iPIX, Zoomify, Streambox, Axel, Alias, SheerVideo, Totally HipĀ“s QScript..., Totally Video Audio Visualizations..., EnSharpen Video Codec). Does anybody have experience with that?
And another thing: Is it right, that QT 7.1 has new features of QT Pro? Im quite new with it (running on apple 10.4.6). Thanks a lot

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