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Importing a picture or a Quick Time into your Avid editing system requires that you change some of the import settings. When you import alpha from an Avid QuickTime codec, select Alpha > Use Existing in the Import Settings dialog box. When alpha is imported from a non-Avid QuickTime codec, select Alpha > Invert Existing. This is because the Avid QuickTime codec inverts the alpha during the movie’s creation, saving time on import into your editing applications while not significantly adding to the creation time in a third-party program. This step will save you time and will also preserve the intended alpha setting. 
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