- October 28, 2010 at 2:19 pm
I have a client that needs videos compressed to Motion Jpeg to be shown in movie theatres. I have been able to do this before when I was running Quicktime 7 but now I’m running Quicktime 10.0 on a MAC OS X Version 10.6.4. I know before you were able to go into the System Preferences and enable the legacy encoders for quicktime. But now when I go there, there isn’t an option for Quicktime at all.
Is there a way that I can still get the Motion Jpeg codec so I can go into Final Cut Pro or Compressor and pick it as an option?
I would love to use another codec but the theatre only likes JPEG 2000 (which when I export doesn’t play smoothly) and Motion Jpeg.
Any help or suggestions would be most helpful. Thanks!
- November 14, 2010 at 11:05 pm
Google + QT7 Pro.
Sent from my iPad Nano.
- November 18, 2010 at 11:00 pm
QT7 Pro Should still be on your system. I believe it gets put into the Utilities folder…also I recall an option on the OS update disc to install it.
I hope this helps you a little, but, yes, Google is your friend. 🙂
I/O Specialist/Assistant Editor
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