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Adam Berch
Convert files to Files I can play on a Windows computer -- I'm using a Mac
on Apr 8, 2017 at 5:30:28 pm

I am work on a Mac computer

I have Media Encoder. I also have files that will be in Quicktime Format.

I need to convert those Quicktime Files into a file that a Windows computer can play.

What file would be good for windows and how can I convert the files to it in Media Encoder?

Thanks


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Jeff Pulera
Re: Convert files to Files I can play on a Windows computer -- I'm using a Mac
on Apr 10, 2017 at 7:52:05 pm

What's there to convert? Windows machines play .mov files including ProRes. Otherwise create .mp4 files which are pretty universally playable on anything.

Jeff


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Mike janowski
Re: Convert files to Files I can play on a Windows computer -- I'm using a Mac
on Apr 12, 2017 at 2:55:07 am

Do all Windows computers have Quicktime for Windows? I doubt Windows Media Player (or whatever they're calling it on Win10) plays ProRes files without a little help.

I'd second h264 mp4s.


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Mike janowski
Re: Convert files to Files I can play on a Windows computer -- I'm using a Mac
on Apr 12, 2017 at 2:58:48 am

Here's something from an unrelated post about color spaces that includes stuff germane to our discussion:



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Jeff Pulera
Re: Convert files to Files I can play on a Windows computer -- I'm using a Mac
on Apr 12, 2017 at 1:12:56 pm

Guess I misunderstood the intent of the question. To create files for distribution, definitely .mp4

Thanks

Jeff


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