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The Subsequence Method: This is the first method I developed to work in this situation. I'm posting it as an answer here because it might be a sufficient answer for someone with a similar problem. However, I do not consider it a good or elegant solution. It has serious drawbacks which complicate the editing process (Subsequences don't display audio ...


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ctrl-click or ⌘-click the number and it will cycle through the different modes, frames, feet & frames, audio samples, milliseconds, and timecode. More about it in the documentation.


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You need to change the format from AVI to h.264. In the top of the export window there's a section where you get to choose formats: It's a bit confusing, because it mixes container formats like AVI and Quicktime with codecs like h.264. If you chose AVI you are limited to a few older codecs, as you've seen. Once you've chosen h.264 you can then chose a ...


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First, you meant 400MB, not 400mb. It is extremely small for a 40-minute video. Probably best to lower the resolution to something like 480p. Use 2-pass VBR, set the target bitrate to 1.33Mbps, that will ensure a 400MB file size. The max depends on whatever the playback systems can handle, and the video's content. In this case, without knowing those ...


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if Mogrt are built similarly (same text layers etc.) drag and drop new mogrt on old pressing ‘alt’. hope that what you were looking for.


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