Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Final Cut Help

Anyone know the correct codex to use for converting your final cut file to a quicktime small enough to stream well online?

8 comments:

American Knight said...

I don't know specifically, but my roommate/co-writer Nick might be able to help, he's an awesome editor, who uses Final Cut Pro. Email him at nonicksherman@hotmail.com , just tell him Erik sent you his way.

Kid Sis said...

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

For great image quality and small size, the long-time champ is Sorenson Video 3. Though the new kid on the block H.264 is certainly worth a look as well.
Good luck.

Paul said...

Yeah, H.264 is the way to go.

Kid Sis said...

Sweet. Thanks, guys.

The short will be up on Friday!

Mother&%^$&*$*...no joke. Just flunked the word verification 8 TIMES IN A ROW.

Lynne said...

hahahahahahahahaha

I am laughing my ass off about the word verification! I was sure I was the ONLY one!!!

American Knight said...

Glad you were able to get the help, you needed. Look forward to checking out the short once you've got it posted.

Kid Sis said...

AK, thanks for the help. Nick was great.

Paul and A, thanks! We're trying it!

Lynne, omigod no. Pretty much catches me everytime.