I don't think the solution is setting the filter to \"none\". I have the same problem when sending images from my photo stream outside the camera app. The images arrive with their original file names stripped and the new file name is \"fullsizerender\". This is s huge problem. It creates tons of work on the receiving end because all of the file names need to be changed before they can be saved otherwise you end up with the error message about duplicate file names. If you don't catch the process, you end up overwriting the original file. Plus, most senders won't know how to change their settings to accommodate the work flow of the receiver. I can't imagine asking all of those people that send me images attached to an email to make a settings change on their iPhone. Since it's on the iPhone 5 is it everywhere on every iOS device
It was the filter setting not being on none as the one post said above. Fixed the issue for me. But the engineers still should do something to the software to enable you to send pictures that have been taken using one of the filters with a unique number or at least say fullsizerender.123 if they are thinking you would want to remember a filter was used on the picture. but at least I can get my work done faster now -thx, posters son. Lol
.MOV files are not supported on major video players on Android. In order to play MOV files on Android, the user needs to install a third-party video player. However, you can also convert the .mov files to another video format which we also recommend.
I have been fighting with importing .mov files for months now. Some .mov files work and others have a huge (1 second or more) lag in video w/re to audio. I am currently evaluating using Premiere Pro. With Premiere, opening \"problematic\" .mov files launches a dialog asking if I want to sync the audio and video so Premiere Pro seems to have solved the problem.
Right now my work-around (which works 75% of the time) is to use some other application to convert .mov files into something else before loading into vegas pro (OpenShot, Handbrake, others). That also sometimes is problematic.
I think Vegas Pro is superior to Premiere when it comes to a number of UI efficiencies. I can create content very fast in Vegas. Just wish it could handle .mov files. Premiere Pro also has a better text labeling UI but that is for another day.
The attached .mov file is an example. Dialog starts around the 20s mark and you can see the time lag there. Nothing special in vegas. Just start up vegas and drop in the .mov file into a clean new project.
Also see attached image. It shows a file diff between the output from MediaInfo where the content on the left is from a .mov file that does not sync and content on the right from a .mov file that does sync.
Quicktime player comes bundled with macOS and can be downloaded for free on Windows. Although .mov files can be run on Windows through Quicktime, they cannot be run using Windows Media Player (with the exception of Windows Media Player version 12).
You can choose to open the file using another video player as well. To do this, it must be in the correct format. You can change the format of a .mov file to a compatible .wav or .mp4 file by using a conversion program like Wondershare UniConverter (read our detailed review).
A .mov file could use an audio codec (e.g., LCPM) that your media player, device, or the social media platform can't decode, hence it plays without sound. You have four methods to fix the codec issue causing MOV no sound and some other video not playing errors: 781b155fdc