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Premiere 6.5 "Unable to Connect to Capture Driver"

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I have edited a simple premier project with several .tiff files. in Premiere 6.5
When  trying to export  from Export- Timeline- Movie  I get error :"Unable to Connect to Capture Driver".
I'd like to export as uncompressed Quicktime.
Any ideas highy appreciated.



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Do you have the current version of QuickTime Pro installed? Not the "free" version, but the pro version ... If no, then try it with someone who has that installed ... this might be the problem ...
are you able to save as mpeg ?
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You were right- there was a version issue between my premier and qt.  I was not able to save it out as anything. And after some investigation I found out it was also a corrupt msvcrt.dll file that was causing the problem.

thanks!
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suggest this question closed and you award points to sunnycoder fro providing the answer.
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