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Problem with Quicktime screen recording files

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Aug 12, 2020

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I have been recording some videos on my browser with Quicktime. 
I wanted to import them in Adobe After Effects (17.1.2) and edit them. Unfortunately some of them didn't work. I have tried changing the fps in the sequence, exporting them with Adobe Media Encoder to .mp4 (they are origionally .mov). I have tried clearing my cache, updating, turning my laptop on and off. But nothing seems to work. The quicktime files work and play well on quicktime player, but once imported in AE it starts lagging or doesn't move at all, or just becomes a green image. 

How can I make this work?

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Adobe After Effects 2020 17.1.2
MacOS Catalina 10.15.6

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Error or problem, Freeze or hang, Import and export, Performance, Preview

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Problem with Quicktime screen recording files

New Here ,
Aug 12, 2020

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I have been recording some videos on my browser with Quicktime. 
I wanted to import them in Adobe After Effects (17.1.2) and edit them. Unfortunately some of them didn't work. I have tried changing the fps in the sequence, exporting them with Adobe Media Encoder to .mp4 (they are origionally .mov). I have tried clearing my cache, updating, turning my laptop on and off. But nothing seems to work. The quicktime files work and play well on quicktime player, but once imported in AE it starts lagging or doesn't move at all, or just becomes a green image. 

How can I make this work?

I have:
Adobe After Effects 2020 17.1.2
MacOS Catalina 10.15.6

TOPICS
Error or problem, Freeze or hang, Import and export, Performance, Preview

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I was able to find a temporary solution. Exporting them with VLC to .m4v files worked. Still looking for solution to just make them work without exporting them.

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