Can anyone help??? After going nuts for a few days, trying to figure out how to resize a 4:3-format Quicktime .mov video into 16:9 (wide-screen) in iMovie, I figured out what the problem was... Much to my surprise, my Quicktime .mov video ALREADY WAS in 16:9 format. For some reason, when I import it into iMovie, it becomes 4:3 and adds black bars on the side. iMovie just won't recognize it as a 16:9 video. In another forum (on another site), I found out that you can first export the Quicktime .mov file as a .dv file and simply go into options and select 16:9. This worked; I got the Quicktime into 16:9. However, the quality is atrocious. Now, playing around, I tried something else: exporting the .mov into .mov (yes, same extension) and also going into options to select 16:9. What's weird is, when I did this, it opened up that little time bar to show me the progress... so far it's taken about two hours to move 1/5 of the way through. Can it possibly be this long? Does anyone know a better way to do this? All I want is for iMovie to recognize my Quicktime file as 16:9, without having to resave it in all these weird file types where I lose lots of quality. Thanks in advance!