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need help with Windows 7 conversion to be Mac compatable. URGENT!

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I've got a project due tomorrow, and I haven't started. (I'm a procrastonator) The problem is, i need to make a movie with slides, like windows movie maker, BUT my school runs on Macs. I downloaded quicktime, but how do i make a movie and make it Mac compatable...
I really need help!!!

Thanks, Emily.
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Welcome to Geeks to Go!, emmyjosaphene

Quicktime movie files with the extension .mov should already be mac-compatible even if created on a Windows PC.

However, to make a movie with Quicktime you need the "Quicktime Pro" version, as well as the free Quicktime player.

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