il faudrait déjà savoir si ce module est à jour ou le sera bientôt ?
1 pour Snow Leopard
2 pour la nouvelle version de QuickTime = X intégré à SL
Apple on dirait reste flou à ce sujethttp://www.apple.com/quicktime/mpeg2/specs.html
puisqu'ils ne parle de compatibilité avec la version 7.6 de Qt et pas de la nouvelle version QTX
apparemment tu n'est pas la seule
une petite recherche sur Google
te dira si des solutions existent ou s'il faut attendre.
cette page à l'air pertinentehttp://www.nzmac.com/forum/mac-os-x-10. ... age-2.html
Apple has a "QuickTime MPEG2 Playback Component" which can be purchased separately from the Apple Store. It was originally sold to work with QuickTime 6 (and it kept working with QuickTime 7, unlike the QuickTime Pro key).
It allows QuickTime Player and other applications which use QuickTime to play some variants of MPEG-2. MPEG Streamclip is one example.
I ran into the same problem after installing Snow Leopard, and the same solution - reinstalled the file I had previously downloaded.
If anyone else is in this situation and didn't keep a copy of the QuickTime MPEG2 installer, you can go back to the Apple Store, go into "Account", then "Downloadable Software Purchases", log in, and you will find a link to re-download the MPEG2 component (assuming you bought it with that Apple ID). You don't have to pay for it again.
Incidentally, the current version (for download) is QuickTime MPEG2 7.6. It was updated around January 2009.
I need to have a closer look at another Snow Leopard system, but I've seen some information which suggests Snow Leopard replaced the QuickTime MPEG2 component with a later version (7.6.3), which didn't work properly in QuickTime Player or MPEG Streamclip.
Downgrading to 7.6 might have broken something else but I haven't seen any problems in that area.