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quick time pro-saving a/v controls settings.

Mar 26, 2007
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how do i save a movie after i have the a/v controls set where i want them? i have some dark movies and i love the a/v controls where i cant brighten and contrast them to where they are acceptable again. only problem is when i save and go back to view it later its as if i haven't done anything to them. how would i fix this?
and another question.
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