I'm glad Flip4Mac works for you. From my experience, it causes so many
conflicts with other software programs, it's more trouble than it's

For instance, it conflicts with iSync. Why on EARTH a video conversion
utility would conflict with iSync is beyond me, but there you have it.
It conflicts with iMovie.

Basically, when I need to convert a windows media file to a mac
format, I think long and hard about whether or not I really need it,
because it's going to be such a PITA to install, use, then uninstall.
As with almost everything, I've discovered that if it's only available
in a Windows platform, I really didn't need it after all.


On 2/14/06, Kunga <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Yes Bill thqt's right. You can even save as QT files from the
> Flip4Mac playback because I have QT Pro. Amazing technology. I had no
> idea they were WMP files. Flip4Mac completely hides that fact.
> BTW My new Quad that I got for $3029 including tax came with TWO 1 GB
> sticks of RAM instead of the 512 they promised. Whoot! Such a deal.
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> On Feb 13, 2006, at 3:48 PM, Bill Streeter wrote:
> > I might go out on a limb here and guess that since he is using the
> > Flip4Mac he is seeing WMV files play back in Quicktime and assuming
> > that these are native QuickTime files. But I could be wrong.
> >
> > Bill Streeter
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