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How do I find my QuickTime movie file size after exporting from Imovie?


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I'm on Mac OS 9.1 and the movie is saved to my desktop. I need to know the file size before attempting to upload to a video hosting site. I'm a rookie and I've been searching for the solution for two hours without any luck.Will someone help me please?
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I am not too familiar with OS 9 but try ctrl clicking (or right click if you have a 2 button mouse) and see if there is a get info or properties button

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I am not too familiar with OS 9 but try ctrl clicking (or right click if you have a 2 button mouse) and see if there is a get info or properties button
Thank you, thank you, thank you! Nowhere in the Imovie or QuickTime help or tutorials was there an answer to that question.

While I have your attention, which is the higher quality QuickTime file
web movie, small or streaming web movie, small?

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I'm on Mac OS 9.1 and the movie is saved to my desktop. I need to know the file size before attempting to upload to a video hosting site. I'm a rookie and I've been searching for the solution for two hours without any luck.Will someone help me please?

Apple+I = Get info

All the apple shortcuts are the same on OS9 and OSX with the exception of Eject, on OS9 this was called 'Put Away' (Apple+Y)
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Apple+I = Get info

All the apple shortcuts are the same on OS9 and OSX with the exception of Eject, on OS9 this was called 'Put Away' (Apple+Y)
and a few others, like command+N to create a new folder, now its shift+command+N, and it used to be command+M to make an alias, now its command+L:mac:
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