Hello all, I'm currently interning at a local commercial production company. They're all running Windows boxes with the whole Adobe editing suite. Well, my boss gets swamped with work and I volunteer to edit a commercial for him. The commercial involved green screen and other effects, so naturally I chose to use After Effects to do the job. So I did all the initial edits in FCP then used QuickTime Conversion to transfer the file over to AE. However, I'm really wary about this because there is a possible loss in quality. I really want to show my boss that Macs are more than capable at editing, and that I have the knowledge to continue to edit commercials for him so that he can actually keep up with his work load. All this to ask, what is the best possible way to transfer movie files that have been edited in FCP to AE, keeping the quality, speed, etc.? Help me show my boss (who's an old fogy by the way) that I can edit, and the slight quality hits that my editing work is taking is due to my incompetence with file transfers, rather than the problem being "it's a mac, that's why". Thanks a lot!