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Can't import jpeg2000 .mov file After Effects. HELP!

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May 12, 2021 May 12, 2021

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I've tried to import to after effects some file that I download from a website and it's in jpeg2000 format but apears as .mov to. Anyaway it would a makor help if somenone could tell me how to fix this problem.

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May 12, 2021 May 12, 2021

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No dice. You need to use an external conversion tool and turn it into something AE-friendly. JPEG200 is one of those CoDecs that Apple just abandoned quite a while ago.

 

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Thanks for the answer man. Cn you recomend me some software to convert and tell wich format is the best please? 

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VLC and the conversion tools based on it can export many different formats and of course there's always ffmpeg. Doesn't really matter which one you choose as it's something supported by AE.

 

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