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Old Oct 12, 2008, 10:55 PM   #1
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Dvd Studio Pro lists audio .mov files much bigger than they are. Why?

I have exported only my audio track from FCP, using Quicktime compression, resulting in a .mov file. No matter how small I compress them using Quicktime conversion, when I import them into Dvd Studio Pro, they wind up appear as 1.5Gb (even if they're as small as 200mb). Why is this happening?

I can't use Compressor for the time being because my batch window won't show up. I've tried all the suggestions listed in another post here (fixing resolution, dimensions, re-installing, etc), to no avail.
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