I am using ITunes 11.3.1 on a MacBookPro (OSX 10.9.4) and am getting the following message when I click on a Trailer: This movie requires QuickTime, which is not supported by this version of iTunes. I have QuickTime 10.3.
Info: MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Early 2013), OS X Mavericks (10.9.4)
re-downloaded movies from purchased section, but when tring to play movie recieve error message "This movie requires QuickTime, which is not supported by this version of iTunes." and the Artwork is missing?
I rented a movie this evening, it downloaded but an error message that says the movie requires quicktime that is not compatible with this version of iTunes. How do I watch the movie? I have never encountered this one before.MacBook Pro, Santa Rosa, OS 10.6.1, iTunes 10.6.1 (7)
Purchased 2 movies in the itunes store and both Movies will NOT play on my mac. error message: "This movie requires QuickTime, which is not supported by this version of iTunes." Itunes v10.6.1(7) iMac 27-inch, Mid 2010 OS: OS X 10.7.3 Processor 2.8 GHz Intel Core i5Memory 4 GB 1333 MHz DDR3
I'm have iTunes 10.6.1 and have just downloaded two HD movies from iTunes. They downloaded fine but when I went to play movies I get the following message "This movie requires QuickTime, which is not supported by this version of iTunes"! I can play the movie via QuickTime but not via iTunes. I am also unable to sync the movie to my iPad as it states during the sync that "this movie will not play on your iPad".
Can someone please help me figure out why it is that iTunes is now requiring that I enter my iTunes password seemingly every day for any new purchases I make, even though I've checked the checkbox to "remember password". I can't be sure but this behavior either started happening when I upgraded to Snow Leopard, or when I upgraded iTunes to version 9. I know this must have been addressed on these forums somewhere, but I wasn't able to come up with any thing meaningful when I did some searching for the answer.
I have an iBook G4 that runs on OS X. Today, my software update box popped up, and I downloaded the new version of itunes. It worked. Then the other update didn't finish. I'm not sure if that's connected. Now, my itunes won't open. When I first tried, nothing would happen. So I restarted the computer, but it wouldn't full restart (stuck on the box with an apple, acting like it was starting up but never did). So I did an archive install with my discs. That worked. But now when I try to open itunes, a box pops up and says that "you cannot use this application with this version of OS X." What?? I feel tricked and panicky. What can I do?
I'm a annoying issue with itunes. When watching podcast or videos. Every now and then there will be a 2-3 second freeze of video and audio. I've been having this issue since i bought the MBP. Has anyone seen this issue?
I have a Macbook Pro Late 2008 Pro:2.53 GHz Ram:4 GB Serial:W88416BH1GA
after updating itunes to latest version itunes simply will not open so i've un-installed it all then went to re-install it and now it wont even do that it will either come up with an error saying quicktime is out of date please re-install (which i proceed to do and get the joy of itunes not wanting to load again) or an error saying 'bonjour service' needs my permission or something to be stopped so i can continue.i really have no idea how to do this because i can't find bonjour anywhere on my pc.
The last 2 days i have a problem with iTunes. Everytime I try to open it, i get the message "Itunes quit unexpectedly". I deleted iTunes and installed it again, but the same thing happens. I am new in Mac so i may have made some mistake in deleting it.
My MacBook Pro will not open any app or program that requires Internet, even though I am connected to the web. I recently installed Norton AntiVirus and think it may have changed a setting that I couldn't find. I uninstalled Norton and it didn't help. Every time I open Safari, iTunes or any other program that tries to connect to the Internet, it crashes. Strangely enough, Skype still works, but nothing else. I have OSx 10.6.8. I have tried erasing plists, and all the standard troubleshooting, ie resetting modem, restarting computer, reloading Safari from disk.
I downloaded the update on the 6th Feb, and now when I try to rip a cd to ITunes in AAC format, I get this error message: "The current encoder settings for bitrate and sample rate are not valid for this file" Now I know that everything was fine on 4th Feb, as I ripped some cd tracks in AAC format ok. The only solution I have found so far, is to go into Prefs>Advanced>importing and change to either Apple lossless or Mpeg (320), and the tracks rip fine? Can I get back to how I was, ie using AAC somehow - or has it been corrupted by the Quicktime download 7.6 on 6th Feb. I have no back up at this stage? Has anyone else had this problem?
I appear to be having an identical issue to someone else who posted the following in the "race to dump the 4870 rom" thread, which I will quote below: Quote: Originally Posted by v0n I'm actually having small, odd problem since update to 10.5.7 - whenever monitor goes to sleep, any open application application using QE/CI - be it iTunes or Quicktime - crashes with Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGBUS) Exception Codes: KERN_PROTECTION_FAILURE at /insert random address/
Happens on both of my patched ROM'ed 4780's. Can be tested ad infinitum by opening quicktime, playing few seconds of any video, pausing it, then setting "Put monitor to sleep" to 1 minute in Energy Saver and waiting one minute. As soon as my monitor is fully off and I wake it up I get crash report.................
Quicktime and iTunes have been crashing just randomly. Sometimes straight away on startup and it takes 4 crashes to actually stay open, other times it's fine straight away. I've done tested the Machines RAM with Memtest and Rember, pulled it out and put them in different slots and put the RAM back down to 2GB. Deleted all the preferences, new accounts, repair permissions, all the usual stuff.
In the end I just got the ***** so reinstalled the whole OS onto a different hard drive. Fresh install, latest updates, and does it again with Quicktime and iTunes. It never really seems to affect any other programs. (I did get Adium crash today, but that's very very rare)
Just upgraded iTunes to 9.0.2, and now when I open either iTunes or Quicktime, the icons are blank, like light is below where the icon should be, there is a space on the dock, but nothing's there! Is this happening to anyone else?