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Im using ImageReady from Photoshop 7. I can't say I'm particularly familiar with this app but so far I like what I could do with it. The only problem is that when I try to export to quicktime I get this annoying message that says "Unable to expot to quictime Plugin System error # 106125160"

Anybody knows what this is?
If it is fixable? and if so... How?

I tried reinstalling Photoshop but that didnt work.
I even tried deleting and repacing the plug-ins but same thing happens.
It's really becoming annoying that I can't export to mov. format

Much help is appreciated
 

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that's rough, I've never heard of this problem before. The only dumb suggestion I can think of is uninstalling (if its on your system) quicktime, and reinstalling it to see if that updates your plug-ins.
I don't see it working, but I'm not sure what would cause this.
Were you ever able to export to a .mov file? or was this a problem from the get-go?
 

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I'm using Imageready 7 too and this happened to me a few months ago. It now gives me "Could not complete this operation because a plug-in system error has occured (error #1061250160)." everytime I try to open avi,mov,mpeg. How annoyinggg. I've found nothing so far on the net either, I tried reinstalling it but no luck. I don't know what could have caused this? :4-dontkno
 

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try looking at the settings of the quick time player. use the start button to run quicktime player. that way it shouldn't crash because you are not trying to playback a video clip of any kind. under edit>preferences>quicktime preferences you'll find various settings to choose from.
look at the video settings in particular and set the radio button to 'safe mode' and then try and playback a video clip. i remember making changes there before and QT just kept on crashing when i tried to play a .mov file.
 
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