Play MP4 Files with QuickTime Player on macOS Sierra?

Macos Sierra QuickTime no video just sound Hi, I found that QuickTime player doesn't play mp4 videos after I updated macOS Sierra. I can hear only sound. Codec of video is h.264 and sound AAC. Does anybody have the same problem or have any ideas how to fix it? I have the same problem on MacBook Air HD5000. VLC player can play the MP4 file but QT doesn't. Even my iMac with Sierra can play it ...
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How to Use Handbrake to Flip or Rotate Video 90/180/270 Degrees?

Problems to rotate video with Handbrake "I record a lot of videos on my iPhone, and sometimes I forget about proper orientation and end up recording "upside down" or vertically. I am looking for a utility that can covert the .mov files to .mp4 with the ability to rotate the orientation during the conversion process. I use Handbrake but I've found that many of the files I've converted will displ...
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Best Editing Workflow of iPhone MP4/MOV Video with FCP X

With iPhone's amazing video camera, you can make great and high quality video. To turn your personal work into stunning work, it would be ideal for you to find a professional video editor software. For Mac users, Final Cut Pro X is made with your mind and will fit almost any need you have. What video formats are recorded by iPhone? Many currently available iPhone models including iPhone 7 Pl...
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Convert and Edit AVI Files with VirtualDub

For those people who have been using using Virtualdub your my basic go-to video editor for years, you may find that this free open-source video editing program has lots of free plug-ins and it does the basic video editing very well as long as you're not trying to add fancy transitions and exotic visual effects. The biggest limitation of virtualdub that it only works with AVI format. However, there...
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Top Way of Importing DVD to FCP X on Mac OS X 

Have some excellent DVD movies and want to import them to Final Cut Pro X to make fantastic videos? DVD videos are saved in discs with special format (VOB). And some commercial DVDs are encrypted to copy videos from. However, Final Cut Pro (FCP X included) doesn't support DVD file importing. For those who want to import DVD to Final Cut Pro for editing, it isn’t without hiccups because Final Cut...
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Best Video Editing Software & Movie Maker Reviews 2016 

Editing a video in 2016 can’t get easier, with new digital video cameras the quality of recording has gone far better. Video editing has become more and more popular due to the popularity of camcorders and convenience of online video sharing. Making good-looking home videos is now easier and cheaper than ever thanks to the huge array of free video editing software. Whether you want to dabble in ...
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Rip DVD to an iMovie/FCE acceptable file for editing

I'm writing from The School of Visual Arts and I am desperately trying to import an older project stored on DVD into iMovie/FCE for compiling Alumni and Guest Speaker montages. Neither iMovie nor FCE says it can't read DVDs. Are there any known ways to edit my DVDs in iMovie/FCE? Thank you in advance! —— Steven Landau We'd accept the truth, all of the Apple iMovie/FCE doesn't support DV...
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Fluid Workflow for Importing TiVo to FCP and burning into DVD

You might have a TiVo in your living room, and you can enjoy TiVo recordings by sitting comfortably on your cozy sofa. While, the recorded TiVo TV shows are not so easy to edit in FCP as a common file. Well, Final Cut Pro only reads media files compressed by a codec that FCP can support. Since Apple Prores is the the most compatible codec introduced by Apple which ensures maximum editing qual...
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Let’s Import Samsung NX1 H.265 fooatge to Premiere Pro CC for editing

The Samsung NX1 has come out of the blue with an impressive spec sheet. One of the key features is its 4K video recording capability. Samsung uses a new codec, H.265 (HEVC) and 40Mbps for its 4K video. In this post, we will present a workaround to make Samsung NX1 H.265 footage well compatible with Premiere Pro CC. Some guys have shared tips below if you are planning to have a post producti...
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Capture Video clips from DVD to use as Promotional Material

How to make a good DVD-record onto computer hard disk? I’m the one who simply buys a DVD with a favorite movie or downloads a ready-made rip without any kind of troubles and time loss. I would like to identify the precise moment from my DVD and extract the clicps, then capture them into a trailer to use as Promotional Material. I think gaining experience is always useful, so having read a...
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