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exporting from iMovie I only get a small 1"x1"

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Hello, when I export from iMovie to the web or web streaming I only get a small 1" cube for the video. How do I make it larger?

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Go to share -> Quicktime -> then select expert settings from the drop down menu. Make sure that the option of "movie to .mov" is selected then click the options button. There you can change the size of your quicktime movie and use different compression CODECs if you have them loaded. You can also set it to stream there for web use.
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thank you, I think I got it although I have not tried it. thanks again
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