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Why isn't this format supported yet? The CDs finally show up in 10.1 but Quicktime can't play the .dat files off the VCD.
post #2 of 5
macvcd came out today for mac os x..... that should do the trick.....
post #3 of 5
[quote]Originally posted by the ryan ryan:
<strong>macvcd came out today for mac os x..... that should do the trick.....</strong><hr></blockquote>

If it is the one I think you are talking about their solution is to reburn the CD in a mac friendly format and then go from there. A workaround, yes. A solution, no.
NoahJ
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post #4 of 5
arg i dont want to PAY TO WATCH VCDS ON MY MAC!!!! but i want to! Why did apple take our abliity to watch vcds away =.[ Only way to watch them is in 9 and i'm not doing that!.
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It's probably because they just ran out of time. A lot of features got left out that way.
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