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Old 12-16-10, 12:03 PM   #1
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Question Need to cut up a MOV file - what do I use?

I have a movie that was taken in MOV format from my camera... and I need to cut some parts out of it... maybe add a transition & title...

What do I use for this? I can't use Windows Movie Maker, can I ?

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Default Re: Need to cut up a MOV file - what do I use?

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I have a movie that was taken in MOV format from my camera... and I need to cut some parts out of it... maybe add a transition & title...

What do I use for this? I can't use Windows Movie Maker, can I ?

Help!
Theoretically, yes. You could add any video inside WMM as long as you have the proper decoder for it. In my case, I always rely on 'Quicktime Alternative' or the set of Quicktime libraries DivX installs, either way is good.

At least, I can open .mov videos inside TMPGEnc Xpress 4.0 (my video converter of choice) and no problems.
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