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Question: Quicktime 7 Pro and High Sierra?

I use Quicktime 7 Pro mainly to convert movies to WMV formats so that clients who have outdated PCs can view them. ( as you all know, the latest Quicktime doesn't have this export feature.)

After 'upgrading' to High Sierra... guess what?

Seriously Apple... why do you do this?

What are the alternatives (other than dodgy on line converters)?

Thanks

Dave.

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Dec 12, 2017 4:56 AM in response to David Mckendrick In response to David Mckendrick

Dave,


Just a followup, I tried the free trial of iSkysoft iMedia Converter Deluxe and converted a .mov file to a .wmv without a problem. The version from their site is High Sierra compatible.


Not an endorsement since I only tried one file but you can check it out.

Dec 12, 2017 4:56 AM

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