Posts tagged with: QuickTime

Getting Started A guide containing detailed information about using the Video Analysis features in Logger Pro, including how to capture and analyze digital videos, can......
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Logger Pro 3.15 and earlier will generate an error message on computers running macOS 10.14.4 and later. The message is shown on first launch and......
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This document only applies to Logger Pro versions 3.10.1 and below on Windows. Logger Pro 3.11 doesn’t support any sort of video analysis (so those......
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Logger Pro 3.12, which does not use QuickTime, was released in mid-October 2016. This resolves the Quicktime security issue with Logger Pro. The latest version......
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The files that come with before September of 2016 will not open in Logger Pro for Windows version 3.12 and later. The issues arise due......
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A movie may display as a blank (white or black) object for one of these reasons: 1. There is a message that begins with Can’t......
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This information only applies to a specific and obsolete version of Logger Pro, version 3.10.1. Logger Pro 3.11 and later do not install QuickTime. After......
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As of Logger Pro version 3.11, QuickTime is no longer used by Logger Pro, and as such Logger Pro will not try to install it.......
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If the video plays in QuickTime player, but not in Logger Pro, you will need to re-compress the video or use a different workflow to......
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QuickTime error 2048 indicates that the file is not properly formatted for QuickTime. This can occur if you navigate to a file that is not......
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