Supported Video Formats
Older versions of Sonicfire Pro uses Apple Computer's QuickTime technology to display videos while using Sonicfire. QuickTime 5 supports the following: Video compressors
DV NTSC and PAL
Microsoft Video 1
Motion JPEG A and B
Sorenson Video 1 and 2 Sound compressors
32-bit floating point
64-bit floating point
QDesign Music 2
Qualcomm PureVoice Click here
for an up-to-date list of formats supported by the lastest QuickTime release. IMPORTANT
! Some video editing capture cards save video projects in formats other than those supported by QuickTime. In those cases, reference videos will need to be generated from your video editing software, and the reference videos opened into Sonicfire Pro. Reference videos in a supported format can be low-quality and are able to be quickly generated by most video editing software programs.
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