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Quick Tip - Encoding Clips in OSX Lion

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With Apple's new OS, there are many "hidden" features that aren't apparent at first glance. This first Lion quick tip is perfect anyone looking to take video file, and quickly stream it for an iPod, iPhone, iPad, or even for FCPX.



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Re: Quick Tip - Encoding Clips in OSX Lion
by ayman abdel-basset
Hi Kevin,

Thanks for the Tip!
But unfortunately on my Mac i can't find this when right click!

do u think because my LION is upgrade for snow leopard?
does it make difference?


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