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feature), so that, if you owned a fancier editing program, you could superimpose a photo on top of the video. ·SorensonVideo,SorensonVideo3. Here it is--the codec that gives you very high quality with very good compression, and fles so small that you can play them from a CD-ROM or even over the Internet. Sorenson-compressed movies play back on either Macs or Windows computers, too. (Use Sorenson Video 3 if possible. Use the older Sorenson Video--without a number--only if your audience might still be using some ancient version of QuickTime to play back your opus.) ·Video. You might think of this, one of the original QuickTime codecs, as the "fat Sorenson." The quality is very high, and it doesn't take very long to compress and save the movie in this format--but the compression is light. The resulting fles aren't suitable, therefore, for transmitting on the Internet. Tip: The Video compressor doesn't take very long to save a QuickTime fle. For that reason, it's a great choice of format when you want to test your fnished iMovie. You can see how it will look as a QuickTime movie, see how your transitions and titles will look, experiment with different frame rates, and so on. The Video Codecs: A Catalog Burning QuickTime Movie CDs