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.MOV audio wont play in Tiger, but will in Leopard


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Hi, I am able to get this .mov to play correctly on a machine running Leopard, but not Tiger. I'm assuming it's some codec issue with my Quicktime on the Tiger OS, but I can't figure it out. Any tips?
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Even weirder... the editor posted it on Vimeo and YouTube, I can't hear the audio on there either... but the other videso on there work fine. It works on other macs, but not my mac with Tiger.

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