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Steve Rausch
Quicktime encode to wmv for website
on Mar 4, 2008 at 3:41:47 am

This one I can not figure out.

I have a 1:35 video in Final Cut that needs to be posted to the web. Client wants both QT and Windows Media. I can export the quicktime file no problem. When trying to export it as a .WMV, it will only code the first 30 seconds.

I have adjusted various settings and no matter what I do it will only do the first :30. Am I missing something here like a simple step or am I just that sleep deprived? Yes I have updated my Flip for Mac. Doesn't seem to help though.

All help appreciated. Thanks.


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Craig Seeman
Re: Quicktime encode to wmv for website
on Mar 4, 2008 at 4:49:34 am

You have the Free Flip4Mac Player which includes the trial of Flip4Mac Studio series. You'd need to purchase one of the Flip4Mac Studio series in order to be able to export a full length video (any length) to WMV.



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Paul Brenno
Re: Quicktime encode to wmv for website
on Aug 7, 2008 at 8:46:30 pm

hi Steve, this is Paul Brenno, remember me from Sioux Falls, email me when you get a chance..." paulisphotoman@yahoo.com "



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