6 Replies Latest reply: Nov 1, 2012 2:43 PM by dsword19
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I created an iMovie 11 project and exported it using Quicktime as a HD movie to play on a one year old Samsung big screen TV. The movie file ended in .mov, which the TV would not recognize, so I changed the extension to .mpg and the video plays fine.

 

The problem I have is that during the first 3 or 4 seconds of the movie, I get an error pop up on the TV screen that the audio codec is not supported, obviously newer than the TV, right?

 

So I updated the TV to the latest firmware via Samsung's website and that all went as expected. However, the error message is still there.

 

The movie is made up completely of still images, so there is no audio to detach, and I can find no other settings to disable the audio portion of the movie.

 

Anyone run into this before and be able to share some advice, please?