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    I want to find some movie trailers that I can edit for use with movie menus. I can't find some of them on KaZaa and the ones I find on the net I can only download as .mov quicktime files which I can't do anything with as no programmes accepts this file type and I can't convert them with tmpgenc.

    Has anyone got any ideas or know where I can download trailers in an mpeg or windows media format.

    At the moment i'm looking for the last samurai and master and commander trailers??!

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    http://www.suprnova.tk
    they have some trailers [mainly new ones]

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    I thnik you can get a plug-in for TMPGEnc that will make it possible for it to read .mov files.

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    http://www.movie-list.com/ [has mpeg & mov on many movies but not all](check out: Coming Soon/Now Playing/Classic)
    http://www.apple.com/trailers/
    I included Apple because if you go to the official website of the studios, different versions of the trailer are usually available.

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    BTW, Apple's Quicktime Pro will let you "export" any mov to avi. However, lots of trailers have a "do not save" option enabled (on larger trailers), which will stop the export feature. I haven't figured out how to disable these feature on the file.

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    Thanx for the info,

    Can't find much on suprnova though and most of the trailers on the other links are for quicktime again.

    What and where might I find this plug in for tmpgenc?

    Where is the export feature on quicktime pro I can't find it?

    Cheers

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    Originally posted by timanfiya@30 December 2003 - 17:44
    Where is the export feature on quicktime pro I can't find it?
    click on File/Export or control-E. It must be Quicktime Pro, not standard.

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    WM Recorder is a revolutionary new way to record Windows Media™ video
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    Or the above I have never tried either but keep thinking about it.

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