Currently Being ModeratedNov 2, 2012 8:21 AM (in response to emmanuelravelli)
QuickTime consists of a number of files that are part of the OS, most rather deeply embedded, so there's no easy or quick way to "delete" QuickTime. If you'll detail what problem you're experiencing that you believe uninstalling QuickTime will solve, we may be able to provide suggestions.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 2, 2012 9:21 AM (in response to emmanuelravelli)
I download Public Domain footage, including footage from NASA.gov. I recently used some NASA footage, which I am re-using for my current iMovie project, but whenever i go to iMovie, I get a message: iMovie is unable to locate 7-31-12 Nasa Controllers...without this, your iMovie will not be able to run properly."
Nothing that I try, either locates the footage, or deletes this useless prompt, so...
I have now dragged QuickTimeMPG2. pkg from my HD onto my Desktop, but am hesitant to put it in the trash and empty the trash, as I am afraid it will be lost forever, and I won't have the pkg. to re-load, should the prompt be deleted. (?)
Currently Being ModeratedNov 2, 2012 10:01 AM (in response to emmanuelravelli)
That would appear to be an iMovie issue, not a QuickTime issue. Removing and reinstalling QuickTime is unlikely to help with that sort of problem. My guess is that the project is corrupted, but that's just a guess. If you haven't already, I'd suggest you ask for assistance in the iMovie forum.
I don't see how the MPEG2 Playback Component would have any connection to this issue. But I would definitely not delete the pkg if you don't have a copy of the original installer.