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Final Cut Express Ratio Export Problem?


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I'm editing a few videos that I took with the MBP insight Camera. When I export the video (Export > Quicktime Movie) the end result is a bit wider video than the original that I've imported. Is there a way to change this? I get no options of ratio sizes when I do a new project. Again I'm using Final Cut Express. Thanks

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What is the end use for this? TV or digital such as web?

In FCP there are two Quicktime export options. The second one gives the standard export window that allows you to customize the codecs, sizes, audio, etc. See this link for what I'm talking about.

Also my iMovie Export Guide may help show some of the options. The "size setting" window has the option to preserve the aspect ratio, but if you export as the current size, it will be grayed out so you can't choose it.

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