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What does this mean? PLEASE HELP ME! - im using clips from my mobile phone.
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"The file could not be imported: The file “Macintosh HD/Users/shahking/Desktop/04082007038.mov” can’t be imported; QuickTime couldn’t parse it: -2048"
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please help!
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Corrupted file, probably. Nice username, by the way... and it's frowned upon to bump a topic so soon after posting it.

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I just can't think of any reason why members of a Mac enthusiast's forum wouldn't jump all over a question posted by someone with a username like "ihatemac".

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I just can't think of any reason why members of a Mac enthusiast's forum wouldn't jump all over a question posted by someone with a username like "ihatemac".
Quite - you can almost see the stream of people not answering as they see the name.

I just noticed that the OP said they were using movies from a mobile phone - I would be amazed if the phone is producing proper .MOV files that QuickTime can handle. I've rarely had any luck with mobile phones and media - that's why I just use them for making phone calls. You're better off using a camera.

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Quite - you can almost see the stream of people not answering as they see the name.

I just noticed that the OP said they were using movies from a mobile phone - I would be amazed if the phone is producing proper .MOV files that QuickTime can handle. I've rarely had any luck with mobile phones and media - that's why I just use them for making phone calls. You're better off using a camera.
what does OP mean?

and anyway i chose the name ihatemac becasue i am having trouble making a simple movie with imovie
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what does OP mean?

and anyway i chose the name ihatemac becasue i am having trouble making a simple movie with imovie
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and anyway i chose the name ihatemac becasue i am having trouble making a simple movie with imovie
Then maybe you should hate imovie (which officially is pants) not Macs (especially on a mac forum)

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