Kind of a cross post. I used a politically based QT movie that I posted in the Soapbox and reduced it with a trial software. I want to know more about this sort of thing.<br><br>The post: [not sure 'rendering' is the word Topper used; I was just guessing]<br><br>I saw a post in Tech by Topper about 'rendering' movies [or something like that] on his new Macintosh. I have wondered how to resize, reduce the 'tonnage' of movies and found something called Stomp. I tried it on this political thing I posted yesterday.<br><br>The thing is, it worked fine for me, is not too expensive and easy to use. But . . .<br><br>Do I already have something on this iMac that will do similar things? I looked at Quicktime Pro [I have] and all the movie/dvd/Toast stuff and it didn't just pop out at me and say "This is it!"<br><br>Anyone?<br><br>http://www.shinywhitebox.com/stomp/stomp/download.php<br><br>They also have something called iShowU [but I have Snapz Pro that appears to do what that one does.<br><br>DISCLAIMER: I didn't know if I should put this in MacTech or not. It does have a political message that I refer to. Apology in advance. <br><br><br><br>
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