I am using Final Cut Pro 3 and would like to export FLV movies either directly FCP timeline or from Quicktime export.
I have used systems with Adobe CS3 installed and they have a quicktime plug-in for encoding.
However, I've just purchased Adobe CS5.5 Production Premium and I have not gained that functionality.
Going to Adobe support is going to cost me more money (I would have thought that spending over £1700 would give me a little help).
Can anyone tell me how to get export from FCP with what I have?
Do I have use CS3 or CS4?
Or do I have to export a quicktime movie from FCP then use Adobe Media Encoder to create FLV files?
Thanks for your help.
The only video tool that I know of that can directly export to .flv is Sorenson Squeeze. With the tools that you have listed, your best bet is to save out uncompressed video in Quicktime format from FCP and then use Adobe Media Encoder to get the .flv files that you want.
Thanks for your info. I'm already evaluating squeeze, but the trial version doesn't have the plug-in. I would have to pay for it to check it out. As I'm not planning to pay another $600 I suppose I'll have to go with the export from FCP. However, I might just save a reference quicktime movie.