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The weird expect now is, once I fast-forward for at minimal one time, it works. The question is: We can enter the video in powerpoint (assumed quicktime is installed) but when we want to play it in the presentation, it simply shows a african-american screen, audio works. It only shows a blackscreen if you dont fast-forward for atleast one time.