Quicktime export problem - failed(10)

Hi there.
Quicktime V7.1 has suddenly stopped working on my computer. Whenever I try to export, a few seconds after it displays 'calculating time', I get the message Failed(10).
This seems to be irrespective of the format of the original video or the format and compression I attempt to export to. So far, I have only attempted Quicktime native codecs. Nor does changing the file name or exporting to a different drive help.
I have uninstalled Flip4Mac as I understand it can be troublesome and I have reinstalled Quicktime 7.1 and restarted.
No change. Same problem. Please help! Do I have to reinstall the OS?
Thanks if you can help.
Ben.

Bummer.
Double check your "Pro" status using the QuickTime Sys Prefs.
Try a different user account. This helps isolate "users" folder issues.
Don't muck with a bunch of changes unless you want to make even more troubles. Leave things as they are and report back.
Try exporting to another (new) folder on your user account Desktop.
If exporting to an external drive make sure it is recognized by Disk Utility app and is properly formatted to receive large files.
Check "permissions". DU can help there, too.

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