TheHappyFriar wrote on 3/21/2015, 8:44 PM
I still use Quickime Alternative vs actual Quicktime. I can use stuff from my son's iPod Touch 5, so I guess it still works.
musicvid10 wrote on 3/21/2015, 8:52 PM

Prior to Vegas 10, QT 7.6.x is recommended.
Stebu wrote on 3/23/2015, 8:15 PM
Some time earlier this year JohnnyR mentioned in this Forum that QT codec and Vegas has problems with too many QT files on the time line due to the nature that QT being 32-bit on windows.
Now here is mentioned that prior to VP 10 (and I am using VP9) QT 7.6 is recommended - here are my questions:
1) I have updated and are now running QT 7.7.6 and cant bring it back to 7.6. and ...
2) appreciating JohnnyR's expertise, how to I go about eliminating difficulties on the time line (that I have experienced). Rendering (dont forget I'm still just a part-time enthusiast for years) does not seem to do the trick.
Does anyone have any 'general' advise for me ?
Thanks your for your input.
musicvid10 wrote on 3/23/2015, 11:24 PM
You have to uninstall iTunes or do a system restore to roll back QT, but it can be done.
FixitMad0 wrote on 3/25/2015, 4:14 PM
Back on 9-12-2014 ( I posted a message indicating that under Vegas Pro 9 x86 I had great success in using Quicktime v7.7.5 (1680.92.13) version.

If you cannot get your Quicktime to downgrade, I would either use Revo Uninstaller (the free one) or pay for a program called Uninstall Tool to remove your previous version and any remaining QT files.

I was able to use the Uninstall Tool 3.4.2 to remove Quicktime and then reinstall an older version without installing the iTunes program nor the automatic update feature. Of course, I would still recommend that you reboot after removing something.

I prefer to search for updates and install them when I need it. The nice thing about the Uninstall Tool is that you can run something called "install and trace" so when you decide to re-install something the program will find all files it has added/ during the initial install. It makes for removing the software later a breeze.

So far Quicktime 7.7.5 (1680.92.13) seems to work well. If you need it let me know and I can create a DropBox location for it.

TheHappyFriar wrote on 3/25/2015, 9:43 PM
You can download almost any QT version here

You shouldn't need to uninstall iTunes as it doesn't require Quicktime to work. Just uninstall QT & install the version you want.