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Old 19 Jan 2009, 11:18 AM   #1
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Default Multi-track QuickTime (.MOV) conversion

Hi, there,
I've got a QT movie (.mov) which is multitrack (multistream).
Most players will only play the first video stream (GOM, BSP). Only Media Player Classic plays the whole movie.
But I want to convert it to Xvid/AVI. Converters convert only the first stream when they accept this kind of input. For instance MediaCoder, VirtualDub. Avisynth doesn't help to feed them either, neither ffdshow.
My question is, as long as MPC plays it OK, isn't there a way to capture its output, so I could convert it?
It seems that MPC uses a codec called quicktime.qts for its succesfull playing of the file, this codec is part of a QuickTime Alternative I've installed here.
Any suggestions are welcome.
TIA, cheers from Rio.
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