Hi! A little background info: I decided to build a hackintosh. I purchased a PowerMac G5, along with an aluminium Cinema Display 20", off of eBay to convert it to something ATX-suitable. Until I buy all the parts, I thought I might as well plug it in, find a USB keyboard and mouse, and become a power user, just like I am with Windows. Anyway, I made a visualiser in After Effects CS3 for a song. It's here: http://youtu.be/4zQNt-15b7Q It's pretty cool, in my opinion, but I can't seem to export it properly. Don't get me wrong, I have experience with After Effects, but here's what I've done: 1. I completed the project in After Effects. 2. I couldn't export it properly, so I copied the .aep and source material over to my ageing laptop with CS6. 3. I exported the project in AVI, but the file size was 21GB, and the audio track was missing as well. Unreasonably large for something under 5 minutes, am I right? 4. After a fail of an attempt with Media Encoder, I transferred the .avi to the G5 via an external hard drive, and attempted to import it into iMovie '09. It didn't like the encoding settings used (I just realized it was RAW video), so I opened up QuickTime and converted the video to a QuickTime video (.mov). Now 27GB. 5. I imported the video into iMovie, added the audio track, and tried to export by going to Share-->Export Using QuickTime. I played around with the settings, but I can't seem to get something reasonably sized, while not getting poor-quality video, and using at least 720p. Do you all have any recommendations? Thanks in advance!