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I got the Sims 2 for Microsoft, and I made a few movies with it, but my movie editor was on a Macintosh. So when I put it on the Mac, all I could see was a white screen and Quicktime told me that I have to download a software from their website. But I couldn't find the software there. Then I was told that since the Sims 2 movies are AVI files they might need a different encoder than other AVI files. I was wondering, which Encoder would i need to convert The Sims 2 AVI files into a MOV file for Mac for FREE? Thanks in advance.:yinyang:

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Download Perian and follow the directions.

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Hi!
I'm having the exact same problems. I downloaded Perian but nothing happens because I still can't open the avi-files in iMovie. Can someone please help me?
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Perhaps flip4mac will work.

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