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QuickTime Poster Frames Display?
#21
The thumbnail I see in iTunes is same as you displayed in one of your previous replies:

[Image: attachment.php?thumbnail=2699]

I just opened iTunes, clicked videos, then dragged and dropped the file you sent me into the GUI,
then I clicked the new submenu that popped up "Home Videos". That allowed me to view the thumbnail. :3
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64
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#22
I don't seem to have a "videos" option on my iTunes.
I have Music, Films, TV programmes, Podcasts, iTunes U, Books, Apps, Tones, and Internet Radio.
Dragging the video file to any of them does nothing.
Also under the "View" menu, "Video Playback" is greyed out.
I have version 12.1.2.27.
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#23
My bad, the menu was called 'Movies' here. It should be your 'Film' category.
After dropping the file in the Movies window a new subcategory should show up between 'Unwatched' and 'Playlists'.

I'm on 12.0.1.26 though, but my 'Video Playback' option is greyed out too.
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64
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#24
Thanks, got it, although on my iTunes it's the Films>Home Videos section that it appears in.
The thumbnail seems to be correct though, identical to the one shown by the QuickTime Player if you tell it to go to the poster frame, and shown by the QuickThumb thumbnailer in the Windows XP Explorer.
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#25
Hi again Xanashi, did you get any further with this?
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