2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 15, 2009 4:35 AM by ducati1

    Final Cut Pro movie for web

    Jill Marcus

      I have a short video that I made using Final Cut Pro.

      I work on a MacPro, OSX 10.5 Leopard, and CS2.

      What format do I need to export my video so that I can upload it

      to a web site?

      Thanks,

      Jill

        • 1. Re: Final Cut Pro movie for web
          thepixelsmith Level 2

          There are several formats that will work on the web all with their own strengths and weaknesses.

          1- If you want to use the video in a flash site you will have to convert teh video to FLV format. I believe that if you have the CS2 suite it has a program called Flash Video Converter (the name might be a bit different haven't used CS2 in a while). You can prety much convert any Quicktime file s from FCP.


          2- If you are going to display your video in an HTML page you could instead use a QuickTime file. Compressor can make a web optimized Quicktime file for you.

          • 2. Re: Final Cut Pro movie for web
            ducati1 Level 1

            I would suggest importing your ".mov" file into Flash then render as a flash file and upload the ".flv" file to your web page