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Hey everyone,
Ive completed a movie in ImovieHD 6.0.3 and had to extract the audio from the main clip during editing so that it kept running underneath as i put in clips over the top.
Exported it full quality as a Mpeg4 file and plays good through quicktime. But the problem happens when i try to upload it to a site such as facebook where the audio becomes out of sync. I guess it because it's uploading the audio and video seperately?
any suggestions
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