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hey there

i am trying to imort some video from a phone, it is already on my hard drive and opens fine in quicktime but imovie wont open it once imported. The video is about 45 secs long and in imovie it shows a black square with 00.00 in time. The video format is 3pg.

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If you have Quicktime Pro, you could convert the format to MPEG4 or MPEG2, so iMovies recognises it.

I am not sure if iMovie can deal with 3gp, but I would assume it'd have the same codec library as QT/

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ok, i only have the standard quicktime
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