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  1. My Quicktime Player is up to date, imovie is fine, plenty of space RAM, virtual memory, and all that, but I am unable to get these programs, or my Sandvox website software to recognize any files generated by this easy vhs to dvd program. I took my computer in to the Mac store today, and they got the mp4 file to import into imovie. They suggested that I reinstall imoive, and i did. That did not solve the problem. I've ordered quicktime pro, and I'm waiting for it now, but I'm running out of confidence. My OS is Mac 10.4.11 with 2 GBs of RAM. It's an intel processor also. Please don't tell me that Tiger will not create movies any longer...This is just the last OS prior to Snow Leopard. The young-man who helped me at the Mac store acted like Tiger OS is an old, old man that's ready to be put in the ground. It seems unfair that updating my OS makes 90% of my software that I spent a small fortune on obsolete. I don't want to update it (again). When I did, only one or two programs worked anyway. Most of my software became instantly obsolete. Is Snow Leapord so dense that it can't run software from the previous OS? WOW...Anyway, if anyone has any suggestions as to why imovie and quicktime will not recognize files made with Easy VHS to DVD software, please let me know, and thanks for letting me rant a little!
  2. ...Thanks a lot for the advice. I appreciate the help. I have to say that I'm a little surprised that getting a file to open in a format that imovie can process could be so complicated. Again, thanks! I'll try what you said.
  3. Don't quote me on this, but I also am unable to get files from VCRtoDVD program to save files in anything but mpg formatted files. I think the files need to be mp4 or some other kind to work in other programs. I think you need quicktime PRO to change the file's format. Don't quote me. I, myself, have just ordered quicktime pro and I am waiting for it to arrive. :)