.mov files - can play audio but there's no picture Quicktime 7 pro (windows)

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Does not work for me. How frustrating!! reply

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Does not work for me. How frustrating!! reply

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The advice to download VLC player was the right one. Simple, worked like a charm.

Holy crap .MOV sucks. reply

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i’ve edited footage on my imac with final cut express , then i saved the file as mov file,
then deleted my final cut edited footage, but now i can’t open my saved mov file, i can get sound but not picture, can anyone help? reply

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I’m not as savvy as most of you but I had that problem with a .mov file someone just sent me. Earlier .mov files worked fine. I updated my copy of QuickTime to version 7.7.3 and now they all work fine. reply

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I have a PC and I have many .mov files that I got from a mac user that only played audio, but no picture on my computer in Quicktime. I downloaded the VLC software for Windows www.videolan.org/vlc - it took 3 minutes and only 22MB of space. AMAZING. All the files play audio and visual in the VLC player by right clicking on the file and “open with” VLC medial player. reply

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hi there,i have the same problem but im not using Mac.btw,i need to GIF this video on photoshop.So they still need Quicktime even though other codec can play my vid. reply

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I have a cheap and free solution, but it take little time. The film has all codec inbeded regardless if it shows picture or sound or neither. Download FreeMake Video Converter program for free and convert the video to wmv etc. It will be perfect just like the original. Enjoy!!! reply

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Just downloaded VLC Ver 2.0.6 based on web opinions & this programs' 1st (no 2nd - 0 the 1st was taking up 103 Mb of space), order of business was changing every MOV file thumbnail on my machine to its ugly “work in progress-find alternate route” public works cone icon. Next it refused to play the video of my latest and most valuable movie just shot with a Nikon P510 of a pileated woodpecker. I’m fairly sure most folks don’t rate the format of a camera’s video at the top of the list when they camera shop, so there’s not much control over this factored in when looking ahead. I had old ver of quicktime on this old XP desktop and Real Player, but the file wouldn’t play on Quick & I thought I was simplifying things by getting a better player. Will uninstalling VLC restore my thumbnails so I can ID my movies? reply

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Actually such type of problem arises due to MOV file corruption. But you can easily escape out form these scenario by downloading Mac Photo Recovery software. It is one of the easy to use application which thoroughly scan complete device to retrieve almost all possible photos, videos, pictures with in few simple click. Every trained and un-trained users can use this application without facing any difficulties. You can also check the preview of you lost file by downloading the trial version of this application.

For more info, you can visit http://recovermovvideo.photorecoveryrmac1.com/ reply

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This works: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ Download the VLC media player, install, import your .mov files and convert to MP4. Took no time at all. And I thought it was hopeless. reply

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Have a try to get a third party program to convert the video to WMV mp4 or other windows format via some third party programs, like Brorsoft Video Converter. reply

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Play your MOV files in Faasoft Video Converter to check if there is a picture.

If yes, convert MOV files to QuickTime recognized MOV format with this software. reply

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I have video taken from a Nikon 5200, the file is MOV. But when I import it into Adobe Premiere I get audio and no video. Is there a way to convert it without a separate program so that it is viewable. You would think that Adobe would have thought of that. Surely... reply

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VLC player work for me to see both video and sound
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try VLC player on pc reply

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Hey, I just ended up changing the file type from .mov to .mp4 and it worked for me. I did this by simply clicking on it like I would by changing the file name but changed the type of file instead. Gave me the audio/video ready for editing. reply

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Hey, I just ended up changing the file type from .mov to .mp4 and it worked for me. I did this by simply clicking on it like I would by changing the file name but changed the type of file instead. Gave me the audio/video ready for editing in Premier. Hope this helps reply

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Hey
I had the same problem with some of my uni work as it was saved as a mov. file i couldnt see it when i wanted to view it on my windows pc at home, however i managed to go on premiere and that recognised the file fommat for the picture aswell as the sound so i just exported it as an mp4 file rather than just a mov. reply

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