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QuickTime Pro 7 on Windows, Save/Save as grayed out?

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Hello I'm new here.

I have a small problem. I'm using QuickTime Pro 7 on my Windows XP machine.
Thing is I have some MOV files which I try to edit. I edit them but when I want to save the changes via File > Save/Save as, these options are grayed out, so I can't click them.

Anybody knows why and how can I solve this?

Thanks in advance
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