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Exporting mpeg2 from FCP with audio and video mixed?



Anyone know how to get audio and video mixed using MPEG2 video format. I am coming from Final Cut and when I export it separates the audio and video, which I know is correct for DVD. I need to bring them together to submit to the Internet Archive. Any thoughts? Coulld I use quicktime pro?
Dec 30, 2002
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you can use Quicktime Pro, but youll need the MPEG-2 Playback Component ($20)

you could also use the separate tracks, and combine them using Sizzle (outdated link removed) (at the bottom of that page, there are many utilities that will help you with mpeg 2 and multiplexing)

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