DRM in latest QuickTime cripples Adobe video editing code

Shortly after updating to QuickTime 7.4, legions of people charged chat groups to report they were unable to access files created with Premier and After Effects, two pricey Adobe programs used for editing video. A product manager for After Effects is suggesting users hold off installing the QuickTime update until Adobe and Apple get things straightened out.

Those After Effects users unfortunate enough to have installed the update get a DRM-related error when trying to access their video files. It reads: “After Effects error: opening movie – you do not have permission to open this file (-54).

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/01/26/quicktime_drm_cripples_adobe_programs/

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