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    Exporting in Final Cut Express
    I have a none HD video, its about 9 minutes long, its 25% done converting to quick time movie and it says 41 minutes left. Is that normal?
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    Maybe. Depends on a few things, but likely the size & codec settings you are using. What is your end destination intent for it?
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