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    Default Re: Libquicktime doesn't work

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    Default Re: Libquicktime doesn't work

    That might be a good idea. I wasn't familiar with this app, but I've just had a look:

    IRIDAS FrameCycler - The Industry Standard for Playback

    I also found this:

    Quicktimes on Linux - IRIDAS Online Documentation

    Keep us posted. Very interesting. You may want to check out ffmpeg tool (Packman version) for quicktime conversion.

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    I think ideas and info in this post is all I can offer. Feel free if you can think of anything further, but I'm guessing a licensing issue is the 'problem'. Quicktime support is probably deliberately limited by the developers on linux platforms.

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    Default Re: Libquicktime doesn't work

    I guess we would have to ask WHY this app? or is that impertinent?

    My advice would still be to follow the multi-media guide I posted:
    Multi-media and Restricted Format Installation Guide - openSUSE Forums
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    Default Re: Libquicktime doesn't work

    I guess we would have to ask WHY this app? or is that impertinent?
    I think it is a poignant question ...and good to suggest other tools etc.

    Now that I've had a chance to read the following guide more closely

    Quicktimes on Linux - IRIDAS Online Documentation

    it does suggest what is required to get quicktime support working with this app. It lists the steps, then:

    After completing these steps, you should have a file called libquicktime.so.0.0.0 in the /usr/local/lib directory and another file called lqt_ffmpeg.so in the /usr/local/lib/libquicktime directory (along with any other codecs).


    Finally:

    ldconfig /usr/local/lib

    LibQuicktime should now be working in your IRIDAS application. If in doubt, check the log files in the /log directory in your FrameCycler or SpeedGrade installation for any errors encountered while loading the libraries.

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