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Final Cut Pro to After Effects


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I am trying to find a free way to take clips or sequences from Final Cut Pro 5 HD and import them Into After Effect CS3. exporting using make quicktime movie or quicktime conversions does not seem to be working. i get audio but no video.
Any Ideas?
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