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jimbim Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)



I recently upgraded my new, latest generation MacBook Air to Mountain Lion (Gold Master). Since then, Aperture won't play the videos in my library anymore. It does display the thumbnail preview images (they have obviously been generated before), but it can't play the video and does not even show the video controls for playback. The videos I am talking about are all taken with my Sony NEX-3, which should be supported out-of-the-box.

Right now I can not even import new videos from my camera, as Aperture just tells me it does not know how to handle the video files (and proposes to just save the files somewhere in the file system instead of importing them into my Aperture library).


Is my installation corrupt? Am I missing some basic video codecs? Is Aperture not (yet) ML-compatible?


Any hints?




Macbook Air, Mac OS X (10.5.3)
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