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MP4 was co-developed by Apple but is an open format used by a HUGE variety of devices. YouTube accepts MP4 files so there was no need for you to re-encode with QuickTime (which can also play MP4, as can iTunes and nearly every other video program out there).

Re-encoding a compressed video results in some quality loss, so you'll want to avoid converting MP4s to other formats.
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