Originally Posted by simonbryant
Tom thanks for that - do you use VLC or Quick Time to view your .mov files?
Quicktime does not work on my Windows 7 (64 bit) PC (unless they fixed it), but I don't need it. Windows Media Player and Media Center for W7 plays .mov files just fine, and WLMM edits them as well. Once in a while a .mov file can get mildly corrupted where VLC will play it (less error checking, I guess) and WMP will not, but those cases are rare and I can repair most corrupted .mov files with another utility program.
FWIW, I don't use anything "Apple" or that starts with an " i ".