Convert QuickTime MOV files to MPEG?

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Brazz, Aug 29, 2003.

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    Brazz Guest

    Can anyone suggest a program or method for doing this?
    Brazz, Aug 29, 2003
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    takitimu Guest

    I have not tryed it on these particular Formats but the latest version of --
    e o video --- seems to have all bases covered and stays in can
    download full version 30 day trial.....its certainly the best converter I
    have come across.

    takitimu, Aug 30, 2003
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    Travelbike Guest

    ulead movie factory converts quick time to mpeg format. I used to edit on a
    mac, output to quicktime on premiere, then transfer it to pc for movie factory
    to convert and burn to dvd
    Travelbike, Aug 30, 2003
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    Samuel Paik Guest

    Some MPEG-2 encoders can handle QuickTime if you have the QuickTime Player
    installed. This includes TMPGEnc.

    Samuel Paik, Aug 30, 2003
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    TVTuner Guest

    IMHO Ulead is better it supports AC3 and uses the mainconcept SDK with
    advance=1 added in the inf all hidden encoding settings are revealed. I use
    MediaStudio 7 to create my MPG movies with AC3 its video editor is awesome
    plenty of transitions,effects and its real-time preview is sweet not to
    mention its easy to cut and
    ****insert files you can use all video formats and
    audio as well you can out put it as MPEG,QT,AVI,DIVX,Real,WMV you name it
    just rocks *****
    (uleads Video Studio7 is nice also) and then use MovieFactory 2
    to Author my DVD it has very nice Menu options.When using Movie Factory 2
    with AC3 audio make sure you select do not convert compliant DVD files ;) ~
    I use to be a naysayer. I use to think Ulead was 2nd rate or, till
    about a year ago now. They came out with all there new versions now they are
    1st rate in my book
    TVTuner, Aug 30, 2003
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