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Old October 25th, 2009, 06:23 AM   #16
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I do this all the time. You need Flip4Mac!
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Old October 26th, 2009, 07:04 PM   #17
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Another vote for Flip4Mac Studio (either Pro or ProHD). Here's why....

Flip4Mac (actually made by Telestream) puts the WMV codec in the Quicktime "bucket" so it's available to all Quicktime applications. You can then export to WMV from within FCP, Quicktime Pro, Compressor, etc........anything that is a Quicktime program. They have great presets which make setting it up quick and easy.

I've actually had a client tell me that when he makes a WMV (using some other free video converter) people have trouble playing them. But all the WMV's he's gotten from me have played on everyone's computer's and they look better too.

(no I don't work for Telestream.....I've just been using it for years now and it always works great. Craig Seaman......a regular on this forum works for them and provide tech support)
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