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convert to quicktime

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does anyone know of a way to convert a gsap js animation to quicktime .mov format, other than recording a screencast? if not, can a screencast produce decent quality, any hints? thanks in advance :)

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btw it's a 7 second animation that should be used as a TV ad...

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I use Quicktime, since I'm on a Mac :D then I run the raw capture through Handbrake (there's a windows and a mac version) with whatever custom compression settings I see fit.

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thanks guys, that helps :) will give it a shot this week.

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My favorite is ScreencastOmatic to record, and then AppGeeker to convert into .mov and other formats.

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