The export more likely will just end up on Vimeo.
Careful. Disney is pretty protective of their content, and if this occurred on Disney property, they may consider the performance "theirs". (I'm actually a little surprised they let you shoot at all, let alone with a tripod.)
Oh, I know about the Disney issues. I just like to use my Roku to watch HD videos from Vimeo on my HDTV. It depends on the footage. If it has to be pristine, then Vimeo might not be the best choice, but for most of my footage, it is good enough. Most of the people I show my vacation videos to are friends and family so I just keep the video private and nobody bothers me about it. So far at least
Forget Speedgrade -- the workflow is primeval and non-inintuitive. I'm nearly certain that Adobe will drop it soon. What you need is the free version of Davinci Resolve 9, called "Lite." I came over from Apple Color and was blown away. Check it out -- you'll love it.