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    Jan 02, 2009
    imovie and a digital frame to play movies
    I have a couple of digital frames that are video capable and they say that they play mpeg4 and avi videos. I tired just copying the unedited videos from my files onto a usb stick and they wouldn't play. I then dig a little more digging on line and I was able to find a support page that gave me instructions on using the imovie program to get it to work. The problem is, it was a walk through using an older version and the command, Export Using QuickTime. It seems that the latest version of imovie doesn't have this command anymore.

    Does anybody know how I can export a video and have control over the settings like how the command Export Using QuickTime used to have?

    Would Handbrake be able to offer something similar to the command?

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    Warrington, UK
    PPC Mini, 10.4.11. Intel Mini, 10.6.8. MacBook Pro, 10.10.5. iPhone 3GS.
    If you Share from the latest iMovie and choose the File option, the resulting movie is an .mp4 file also known as mpeg-4.

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