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Converting QuickTime movie to PICT files

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I'm looking for a program to convert a QuickTime movie to a set of PICT files. It should automatically produce sequentially numbered files. Such a program exists because I used one a year or two ago. I just forgot which one it was. Movieplayer doesn't do this, neither do QuickMovie, Graphic Converter and a number of other QuickTime players.
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graphic converter 2.8 will or it will just convert seperately you may have to do it manually.
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I'm afraid this doesn't work for me. GraphicConverter 2.8 does not recognize MooV files (wrong format). An older (German) version (2.4.3) has the same problem.
Could this constitute a compatibily problem with GraphicConverter? I have a Performa 6200 with *Dutch* MacOS 7.6, QuickTime 2.5, QuickTime Powerplug 2.5, and of course a number of other extensions.
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