Sanyo H.264 Fixer
Sanyo H.264 Fixer
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Sanyo H.264 Fixer1.1

21 November 2009

Fix for the green MP4 of death.

Overview

Sanyo H.264 Fixer automatically "swaps" the H.264 component from the old (7.3) QT with the new one. Nothing is changed, except it can now play videos from the SANYO XACTI HD camcorders. This is a fix for the "green MP4 of death". NOTE: If your video is choppy, it means your computer is not fast enough.

What's new in Sanyo H.264 Fixer

Version 1.1: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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1 Reviews of Sanyo H.264 Fixer

Borlox
21 November 2009
Version: 1.1

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I haven't installed this and have no reason to, but anyone who does should use extreme caution. The files purportedly being distributed are proprietary. Does the packager have a license from Apple to distribute them? If not, he's infringing a copyright and so is anyone who copies this archive. There's no documentation, no web page, no email address, nothing. Suppose this turns out to be a trojan. Do you know where it's coming from? And if it's not a trojan, but actually does downgrade a QuickTime component, what are the consequences for compatibility and system stability? If there are none, why did Apple change the component? Which OS versions is this compatible with?
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Borlox
21 November 2009
Version: 1.1
I haven't installed this and have no reason to, but anyone who does should use extreme caution. The files purportedly being distributed are proprietary. Does the packager have a license from Apple to distribute them? If not, he's infringing a copyright and so is anyone who copies this archive. There's no documentation, no web page, no email address, nothing. Suppose this turns out to be a trojan. Do you know where it's coming from? And if it's not a trojan, but actually does downgrade a QuickTime component, what are the consequences for compatibility and system stability? If there are none, why did Apple change the component? Which OS versions is this compatible with?
(2)