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Convert .MPG file without loss of quality

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Hi. I can't import my RAW .MPG file from my camera into iMovie as it doesn't support it. I'm looking to convert the .MPG into a format such as .DV which iMovie does support without losing any quality in the conversion. I've tried this already within QuickTime Player but the file did lose quality. I didn't change any setting which is maybe where i'm going wrong? Is there a lossless setting?

Please can you help.

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