Adobe Announcement on end of Windows Quicktime Support

With the recent announcement by the US Computer Readiness Team to uninstall Apple Quicktime on Windows machines, I wondered how this would affect Adobe Premiere Pro on Windows and cutting with Apple ProRes files.

Adobe just responded on their blog and it appears that editing ProRes could be a problem right now if you uninstalled Quicktime on a Windows Machine.  Click the link for the full announcement.

1 reply
  1. VideoPortal says:

    Thomas, this isn t an Adobe fault, issue, whatever you want to call it its Apple not supporting quicktime anymore and it s recommended to uninstall QT. Adobe is doing what they can to help their community.


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