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Hi admins/mods,

it came to my attention that there seem to some issues wiht videos in the galery.

Please refer to this thread:

http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/6315-monthly-print-challenge-mpc-july/?p=58324

On my side (WIN 7, Chrome & FF) everything works fine - no idea what the problem is.

 

The related videos are here:

bracel~3 20140701200033

bracel~4 20140630202952

Cheers,

Joerg

 

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I'm one of the users with problems to play QuickTime in the forum.

- Win7/64

- Tested with Firefox and IE

- QuickTime V 7.7.5 is installed

I get the QT-Logo and after some seconds a big qustionmark over it.

Quicktime is the worst container for videos nowadays.

I would prefer AVI or WebM over QT.

 

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I had it working at some point. I could watch clips(didn;t try those above though).

Now I get a still for most clips, and still a ? for the ones in the first post.

Updated QT etc.

 

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