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  • Working with .Movs in ImageReady

    Ok,
    I have made some Sigs with Movies.
    This is the Link to what Ive been doing.
    http://www.webdesign.org/web/photosh...res.10176.html
    Ive made a few but for some reason cant do it any longer.
    Let me Explain:
    It has to be a .Mov file not a problem then I right click on the Mov and open with ImageReady. I get the Program opened in ImageReady but cant seem to get the slide bar too appear. I can click on select range only and the Limit to every 2, But No slide bar on bottom of movie appears. If I move the mouse outa the box it is showing the Hour Glass so I know something is suppose to be working or trying too work. If I click ok I get it finalized and a black screen with nothing to play. Naturally if I click cancel it cancels.
    Is there a Setting somewhere that I need to change. Ive even gone asfar as Crashing my computer and doing a full Reinstall of CS2 and everything. Still Nothing. Ive even clicked on the .Mov's so they opened in Quicktime to insure that they do play and yes I get sound and Movie just like normal.
    I have 2 gigs of Ram so shouldnt be lagging on me.
    Any Help will be appreciated.

    Thanks
    Frogger (Wally)

  • #2
    Re: Working with .Movs in ImageReady

    sometimes QT can play a mov file but it may not recognise the soundtrack, i often run into this problem when trying to export as an mp4 file...that may not be your issue here but i can't think of anything else...can you supply the file you're using and i can try it later from home...

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    • #3
      Re: Working with .Movs in ImageReady

      Quicktime is Not my Issue its the Mov in Imageready im thinking.
      Here is one too try
      http://media.movies.ign.com/media/15...99/vids_1.html
      Star Wars - Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Trailer the 640/ 360 one.
      http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r...er/Problem.jpg
      thats all im getting.

      Thanks

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      • #4
        Re: Working with .Movs in ImageReady

        ok, you obviously have QT installed......only thing I can think of is that either you have a different version of IR, than in the tut, or there is a plugin that he is using

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        • #5
          Re: Working with .Movs in ImageReady

          what is IR, And ive done movies in my sigs before this just came up. My guess is I have a setting somewhere or need a different plugin or something. But I even reinstalled cs2 so it would be back to default. Hummmmm Frustraighting
          Here is all ive done in Photoshop,
          If you scroll down you will see the movie Sigs ive done using that Tutorial.
          http://s141.photobucket.com/albums/r65/CofFrogger/
          Click on View All just above the frog doing pushups, then scroll down.

          Thanks for your Help
          Frogger(Wally)

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          • #6
            Re: Working with .Movs in ImageReady

            Originally posted by Frogger View Post
            what is IR, And ive done movies in my sigs before this just came up. My guess is I have a setting somewhere or need a different plugin or something. But I even reinstalled cs2 so it would be back to default. Hummmmm Frustraighting
            Here is all ive done in Photoshop,
            If you scroll down you will see the movie Sigs ive done using that Tutorial.
            http://s141.photobucket.com/albums/r65/CofFrogger/
            Click on View All just above the frog doing pushups, then scroll down.

            Thanks for your Help
            Frogger(Wally)
            sorry.....IR=image ready. only other thing I can think of is the movie file you are adding is encoded in some funky codec or something. try to open it up in QT and save as

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            • #7
              Re: Working with .Movs in ImageReady

              i was able to get the whole clip to show up in IR, just open the mov file in QT, and save as a mov file to a different folder, i don't have the time right now to figure out why that works but it seems to do the trick...

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              • #8
                Re: Working with .Movs in ImageReady

                ok im sorry i feel stupid here, When I open in quicktime how do I save it to another folder from there? It says I can only do it with the pro version.

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