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Why can't I open a .mov file to edit in Corel VideoStudioX9? Is it unsupported?

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It's only supported if you have installed the .mov codec from Quicktime. Make sure you only install the codec and not the QT player that goes with it for Apple. Have a look at this post of mine to see how you do that: https://forum.corel.com/viewtopic.php?p=382228#p382228
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