That's pretty unusual, none of those reasons would explain why only a specific segment of your video would play poorly but not the rest. What program are you using to encode your video? Is there any chance you can upload it somewhere like Dropbox or something so I can have a look?
I'm saying you cannot use AIC on Windows at all. Apple never ported this proprietary production codec to Windows. QuickTime for Windows simply doesn't understand how to play them.
Can you describe what setup you're trying to achieve? If you're playing just one video, an H.264-encoded QuickTime or MP4 video should play fine. I'm not sure I understand what you're trying to setup that isn't working.
Hi Robin, 1) MacKeeper is not recommended by Mac community, there is no point installing or keeping it. I checked all files manually and there is almost no "trash" so to speak, Mac OS must take care of this on its own probably. 2) The problem is: MEMORY. Standard iMac comes with 4GB memory and unfortunately it is not enough. I made enquiry about my model (mid-2011) and I can have 16GB of memory. Bought 4x4 memory cards and going to replace it on my own. I got instruction from Apple site and it looks very easy so non-expert can do that. But first check your model to see if you can add memory by yourself (some models only by certified customer service which costs money), then how much memory makes sense for your model (for example I can have 32GB max but my model is only going to use 16GB so anything above it is a waste of money). Problem solved…
If you need any help I can send you the links to websites where to get more information. I learned something and I am willing to pass my knowledge now to others.
That's questionable, 8 different movies is asking a lot of any computer. I couldn't make any guarantee on your system if it would work right or not. Be sure to use Apple Intermediate Codec if you try it out.
Has any of you guys remember or where to find the old "welcome to macintosh old system os 9 start up extension" it was an old system extension that would say Welcome to Macintosh when you booted up, it only worked up to 10.4
Oh dear, this is not good news. Am thinking new printer might be needed, but in meantime am managing most of the time by using Google Cloudprint: bit of a sledgehammer to crack a walnut when the printer is in the same room as my MacBook, though! It just used to work before the "upgrade" to Mavericks. No use asking Epson. I am waiting for Apple to get this fixed.
well I stared to install 2001 and low and behold it would not start up.
I was starting to think the hd was bad booted up system works and everything checked out ok. so what the heck.
after much swapping parts etc i found where a small friend cut thru 1 wire one on the outside "the striped wire" of the scsi ribbon cable. So i soldered in a small jumper to reconnect the wire and joy everything works great!! and fast after everything was running i found 2001 already installed. so far all is well. I have been getting a lot of type 3 errors so i up the memory to the program and it appears to be working
The Nvidia GForce MX3 was considered the fastest stock card that shipped with the Cube. The Cube has a AGP 2x slot, so it should take any stock 2X and 4X AGP card without modification to the slot or the card pins. Cubeowner dot com was the definitive source for all information concerning the Cube and its modifications. I think the site is still up, but I have no idea how active it might be.
Instead of developing its own keyboard design, Typo chose to copy BlackBerry’s innovative style and design, including the keyboard layout and the surface shaping of the keys. This piece of news from The New York Times may invoke people’s reflection.
Make sure you get the screws down inside the handle. To open the case you would or perhaps only should use a case cracker. A search of the internet should turn up an assortment of differing tools that have been used to get into the cases of the classis Macs. Might even turn up up ideas digging through old InfoMac posts. InfoMac has been around since the beginning.