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Exporting Edited Movies After you've fnished working on a sound or movie, you can send it back out into the world in any of several ways. The Save As command If you choose EditSave As, you're offered only two options, both of which can be confusing: ·Savenormally. The term "normally" is a red herring. You'll almost never want to use this setting, which produces a very tiny fle that contains no footage at all. Instead, it's something like an alias of the movie you edited. An edited fle that you "save normally" works only as long as the original, unedited movie remains on your hard drive. If you try to email the newly saved fle, your unhappy recipient won't see anything at all. ·Makemovieself-contained. This option produces a new QuickTime movie--the one you've just fnished editing. Although it consumes more disk space, it has none of the drawbacks of a "save normally" fle. The Export command Usually, your primary interest in using QuickTime Pro will be to export its edited QuickTime Player Pro