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Old February 22nd, 2007, 02:00 PM   #1
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even playing 1080 24p files?

I recently digitized some 1080 24p footage I shot with the Canon XL-H1
using the latest FCP update.
They are the captured Qt files and play nicely
though they push the limit of my older g4 Powerbook (133Gz) they still PLAY.

But...

Then I gave the footage (in QT) to an editor who has a G4 167Gz Powerbook it has an Ati Radeon 6700(?) and he cant even Play the 1080 24p Quicktimes I have given him?
WTF?
They play on my older G4133Gz Pbook with a lesser Ati card
Is it a QT Pro Issue?
Weird.
the QTplayer takes you to a website with useless(for this, it seems) plugins
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Also without the latest FCPro it doesn't seem he'll even be able to edit the 24f footage. Is this true or is it restricted to capture..

Thanks,
John

I am cross posting this on the XL-H1 forum where I have had no luck
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