Most Mac applications unfortunately create QuickTime files which are not compatible with Windows and not Web friendly (i.e. not recognized by the QuickTime plug-in). To avoid this problem, the movie files must be 'Flattened', which means that the file resource is placed at the beginning of the file. To flatten your files you can use QuickTime Player Pro and choose the 'Save as...' command, which allows you to save flattened movies. This becomes quickly boring if you have many movies to more...
- add conversion to aif and wav audio files
- Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later