Bad filename

An nice error message by Quicktime:

Uhhh! What a BAD filename!1!!1 The filename consisted of about 54 characters. After shortening it, Quicktime didn't complain anymore. Maybe MacOS doesn't support long filenames? I've no idea.

three comments, already:

MacOS supports 255 characters since ‘98 (and 31 since ‘85).

At the least, Quicktime’s error dialogs aren’t designed to support file names that long :)
Sfiera - 15 02 06 - 21:40

irrlicht is a fantastic project. only need one think… import blender files to…. http://www.blender.org/

see you
master_zion (link) - 17 02 06 - 05:52

Quicktime sux. What’s even more frustrating is that there are many trailers/clips in Quicktime’s format.
Daydreamer - 20 02 06 - 13:30


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