I'm sort of a newbie with Final Cut and am learning it as necessary as part of some contract work for a friend. (Slow, slow paced contract work!) All of the video she's given me is ATROCIOUS so some of it was easily fixable via Final Cuts own filters. When done with those projects I exported with the Quicktime Conversion and badda-bing-badda-boom it's done. Perfect export. (1080p MOV file) Now on this particular project I sent the audio to Soundtrack for cleanup and then saved it back to Final Cut, changed the audio in the timeline. (now called [filename](sent)) The audio and video are both in-sync and PERFECT in the timeline. Unfortunately when I export using the same process as before, there's no audio. Saving as a quicktime movie DOES include the audio but makes the livetype elements look like crap. Compressor does the same but again, the livetype looks like crap. So am I out of luck? Do I have to use Compressor or Quicktime Movie (rather than conversion?) or am I missing a setting? Thanks in advance!