Flatten the timeline, export the flattened audio, take the flattened clip in the animator/compositor and save it as an avi.
Take the avi to my favorite avi editor and change it from 60 fps to 30 fps and take the extracted audio to my favorite sound editor and convert it from 48 khz to 44,1 khz. Merge the audio and video into one clip and then convert it to an MPEG with an MPEG converter.
I hope the helps you find a solution.
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