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    Feb 10, 2008
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    Final Cut Express 4.0 different formats
    Ay up,
    to cut a long story short i need to create three different versions of a press conference.

    1. has to be defibularated
    2. one has to be made into 3g
    3. can't remember

    what im asking is can you defibrilate and make a 3g version on the express version of final cut?

    many thanks
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    Jun 25, 2005
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    I'm confused. What is defibularated or defibrilate?

    Use the QuickTime export option
    File --> Export --> Using QuickTime Conversion... --> Format choice 3G.
    The actual 'Video Format:' option is questionable. Older phones may no be able to play the H.264 or MPEG-4 formats.

    P.S. I used FCP to figure that out, but since a fresh install of iMovie HD on top of iLife 08 has 3G output, I have to assume the latest FCE does too.
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    When asking questions, post the version of your software. You'll receive better answers.

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