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Hello,
I tried to find post about this but it's hard to search this type of problem...sorry if it's been dealt with already.

WHen I open some of my videos they will play till 90% then stop for a few seconds and the video jumps. When I scroll back the video is completely different. It's as if there is hidden video or it skips video.

Does anyone have any ideas how I can get the rest of the video to play properly?

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Adam
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I just tried with mplayer and it works fine...i don't understand why that would be?
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I think it's a bug with certain video codecs and the way quicktime deals with them...

Use VLC player (free download) on those files, and they should play fine.

EDIT: As you mentioned Mplayer also works Quicktime seems to be a bit more picky with files and doesn't like buggy or incomplete videos...
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I just figured out that if I use ffmegx to rebuild them they work again with quicktime.
Thanks for the reply though.

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