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    Gary Barlow commented  · 

    That goes for Quicktime encoding generally. The quality slider is greyed out, so the minimum bitrate currently available for quicktime export is 20Mbps. This is unsatisfactory, since quicktime is the only format that can be used to create proxies with multichannel audio. 20Mbps proxies are unnecessarily large. 5Mbps is plenty. So, give us control of the quality slider for Quicktime encoding.

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