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Topic: QuickTime can't import in Acrobat 4
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 56138
From: jlgarcia
Date: 5/29/2002 05:17 PM

Hi. My first time here. I found this after looking for answers after the Adobe Forums being under attack, I mean maintenance :)

My problem now, is that a client give me a quick time movie (PC) that he made in After Effects to be included in the first page of a PDF.

It imports ok, but it's big, a simple logo animation of 28mb (no compresion), so I compressed with QuickTime Pro 4 to a Cinepack QT movie. Very small but I can't import this movie in the PDF.

When I select the movie in the open dialog box that opens with the movie tool, even that the movie displays in the preview box, when I click on open, it sends me an error. The error box says: Adobe Acrobat, "This is not a Movie File". With an OK button. Click on the OK button and I'm back in the open window.

I try with another compression codec ( animation ) and it was the same.

What could be the problem?

Thanks for any help.
I'll be coming back this forum.

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