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Insert Qucktime command doesn't work

Question asked by ErikNewman on Jul 14, 2010
Latest reply on Feb 16, 2011 by TSGal

Summary

Insert Qucktime command doesn't work

Product

FileMaker Pro

Version

FileMaker Pro 11 Advanced

Operating system version

Windows 7

Description of the issue

When I attempt to "Insert Quicktime" file into a container field, it doesn't allow me to insert a PDF file, and if I try to insert a video file, it plays no video, and only a very broken up version of the audio.

Steps to reproduce the problem

Insert
Insert QuickTime...
Change "Files of type" to "All Files (*.*)" (because I automatically get to choose from only "Movie Files (*.avi;*.mov;*.qt)"
Select a PDF file
Open

Expected result

Should insert a link to the file location on my computer

Actual result

Beeps and displays error message instead

Exact text of any error message(s) that appear

The QuickTime movie file could not be inserted.  Make sure the movie has been saved as self-contained and playable on non-Apple platforms. (709)

Configuration information

I have the most updated versions of both FileMaker Pro 11 Advanced and QuickTime.

Workaround

The only thing I can do is insert the entire actual file into the database, which I don't want to do.

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