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LoveGrained Tutorials

DSLR, Video and Audio tutorials.


Watch this video to learn how to use MPEG Streamclip to convert a video file's codec to Apple Intermediate Codec.

If you find yourself having to render every time you make an edit to a clip in Final Cut Express or Pro, your video files may not be written in the codec that Final Cut expects.

If you shoot on a Flip camera or a Canon or Nikon DSLR, for example, you could benefit from running those files through MPEG Streamclip as explained in this tutorial.

You could accomplish the same thing with Final Cut Pro's Compressor, FYI.