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After upgrading to OSX 10.6 a.k.a Snow Leopard, it would seem like you don't have Quicktime Pro any longer. The reality of Quicktime in Snow Leopard is that Quick Time Player version 10.0  is installed into the Applications Folder, where we have always expected to find Quick Time. Quick Time Pro version 7.62 is moved into the Utilities Folder within the Applications Folder.

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Assuming that you will have the functionality of Quick Time Pro with the version of Quick Time in the Applications Folder, will make you a bit crazy. I spent 20 minutes today trying to figure out what happened to the Preferences, and Export settings.



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