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32.6. Exporting Troubles

Now suppose that you're able to capture the video successfully, and even edit it into a masterful work of art. The big moment arrives: You're ready to play the movie back onto the tape, or export it as a QuickTime movie, so that you can then play it for friends and venture capitalists. Here are a few things that can go wrong.

32.6.1. Video and Audio Aren't In Sync

On some longer movie projects (20 minutes or more), everything plays fine in iMovie—but when you turn your project into a QuickTime movie or burn it to a DVD, the audio and video grow slowly, horrifyingly out of sync. The longer the movie plays, the farther apart they drift.


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