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Need custom quicktime export setting software!


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I was wondering if anyone knows of a software that allows you to save custom quicktime export settings so that one can easily go back and compress videos from pre-selected settings opposed to just using the 'use recent settings' option.

I know of rooVid but it does not work for leopard.

Please advise thanks.
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does it work for leopard though?
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yep looks like it does
http://www.apple.com/downloads/macos...treamclip.html
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