I actually found a Q&A doc that answered my question. QuickTime cant have filenames larger than 63 characters and it throws a -37 error. A workaround i did was to check the files name length, if its over 63, copy it to a temp directory and rename it.
No idea, but a complete stacktrace wouldn't hurt...
At 15:01 +0000 6/11/07, Jeffers wrote:
>Hi, >I'm getting a >quicktime.std.StdQTException[QTJava:7.2.0g],-37=Exception ..... >ClassNotFoundException > >I'm just putting an mp3 in a movie object, but I have some weird
>characters in the name of the mp3. > >Any ideas? >Jeff > > > > _______________________________________________ >Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored.
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