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Synchronizing MOV Files

Posted on 1999-01-03
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All my MOV files are played badly out of sync by my player (the default Windows 98 player).  What can I do to make the sound and video in my MOV files play in sync?  I know Apple's Quicktime Movie Player had a movie for synchronization, but I'm not using the player any more.
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by:netmage
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strider, could you submit you hardware configuration?

Whay have you stopped using Apple's Quicktime as this is the native player for .mov files and they generally look better using this.


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Strider, boot your system to the Win98 startup disk and reload 98 over the existing setup. It won't hurt your files but it will correct the movie problem.
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Did you install DirectX Driver. It will be useful for you to play Movie File...
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To quanghoc.

Sorry to bring this to you attention but its not good practice to answer a question with a question.

This closes the question to further comment from other experts also.

You will also find that .mov player is not actually a part of the directx package but that of  media player.


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