> i have several quicktime movies which i would like to convert to avi format
> in order to import them into a windows package called Multimedia Toolbook.
> It is possible to use a windows converter, but i would prefer a mac based
> one (i'm running softwindows, so speed is an issue). Also, if there is a
> package which would let me alter compression settings before or after
> converting, that would be greatly appreciated.
To convert AVI movies to QuickTime (or vice versa), you1ll want to get a
copy of Microsoft1s Video for Windows Converter.
You can also get it from Microsoft1s WINMM CompuServe forum (qtavi.sit),
from the book Desktop Video Studio (see QUICKTIME RESOURCES: PRINT), and
from Microsoft1s free VFW Jumpstart CD (if you don1t mind waiting six
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