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Little Applescript Droplet
Authored by: thiefhunter on Oct 18, '05 11:04:30PM

I can't get this to work for me, with or without growl. Trying to bring in a couple of .wmv files, which were actually created on a pc (not mine!). Then again, I can't drag _any_ movies into the iTunes window, not even .mov files. Ideas?



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Little Applescript Droplet
Authored by: dean_muc on Oct 18, '05 11:55:59PM
> a couple of .wmv files
To playback WMV files with QuickTime you'll need WMV Player - the demo version plays the first half of a WMV file only.

Are you using the latest version of QT and iTunes?

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Little Applescript Droplet
Authored by: thiefhunter on Oct 19, '05 11:21:19PM

--Are you using the latest version of QT and iTunes?--

Yes, both. QT 7.0.3 and iTunes 6.



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Little Applescript Droplet
Authored by: PlxoGuy on Nov 05, '05 12:57:48AM

I have the same lack of success with WMV files and wondered if you found a way to add them to iTunes. After solving the mystery of the avi movies, wmv is my only remaining non-iTunes entertainment folder.



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