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I've asked them before, and anything that plays with Quicktime should play in PVP. If you have the space the best thing to do would be convert it to a DV file since it requires far less computer power to decode codecs such as h.264 and divx.
Well there are a few things to check.
1. Can you open the files that you are trying to import in Quicktime Player Pro? If not then ProVideoPlayer won't be able to play them. You need the .component files for quicktime to play any other types of codecs like divx, xvid, wmv. If yes then your problem is with ProVideoPlayer.
2. Delete the ProVideoPlayer app and also delete the preferences file located in home/library/application support/renewed vision/provideoplayer and also in your HD/library/application support/renewed vision/ folder. Then reinstall and try again.
3. If you are having trouble bringing in files off your OS hard drive try and make sure your permissions are set correctly. You can check each file by pressing Command-I or by running repair permissions in the Disk Utility app.
Try those and let us know how it works. I haven't had any trouble with our version of ProVideoPlayer but all my video files are 1280x720 Motion Jpeg quicktime movies rendered out of After Effects.