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I'm trying to "Add Data" using a video with an .m4v extension. This opens fine in Quicktime, which leads me to believe that it should be supported by Datavyu (since the FAQ page says "Datavyu supports all video formats that Quicktime or VLC can play"). However, when I try to use the "Add Data" button in the controller, it gives me an error message that says "Could not open data source: Could not initialize class quicktime.io.QTFile".

asked 13 Oct '15, 16:59

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Hello,

Can you please tell me your Datavyu version # and the type of computer that you are using?

We previously had users experience the same problem when they were on a Yosemite computer using an older version of Datavyu. If you are on Yosemite, you will need to download the most up to date pre-release so that your version is compatible.

Please let me know if this does not fix the problem.

Best, Vicky

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answered 13 Oct '15, 17:47

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Hi Vicky,

I am on a Windows 7 computer using Datavyu version 1.2.2 (the stable release version for Windows).

Thank you!

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answered 13 Oct '15, 18:04

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Were you able to custom download quicktime to include java libraries? The steps can be found here: http://datavyu.org/user-guide/guide/install.html

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answered 13 Oct '15, 18:17

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