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Quicktime Pro - How to resize video while maintaining dimensions


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Hi everyone,

I'm in a dilemma with quicktime pro. How do I resize video so that the height and width remain in proportion and I don't have to calculate it myself? It becomes really annoying having to open up a separate program like Maya or Photoshop just to use it to figure out the exact dimensions if I want to shrink a video down for something like Youtube.

Thanks in advance
Simon :-)
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