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Hey, I am making a video for a school project in iMovie, anybody had experience with encoding video for windows media player from iMovie. The deadline is wednesday so please help! cheers.

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Hey, I am making a video for a school project in iMovie, anybody had experience with encoding video for windows media player from iMovie. The deadline is wednesday so please help! cheers.

I used a friends flip4mac to encode my qt video into wmv. I had originally encoded it into .mov from the raw file from the camera because of the 12.5gb size. Worked well for me but i think its a slightly costly program unless they have a shareware version or some other way of trying it out. It does work well for what I did and it sounds like you are doing the same. Goodluck!

Cheers mate

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Windows has Quicktime on it, actually.

I think he has to have it on windows media player

cheers

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I managed to burn it to a DVD using toast, that should work, thanks for the help guys.

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iMovie can export in many formats and Windows Media Player can view many formats. Try DivX AVI or "plain" AVI. You can use MPEG-4. Or yes, export it to DVD video through Toast or similar -- that's pretty well guaranteed to work on anything.

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