Export FLV from Final Cut Pro

Posted on 2011-05-09
Last Modified: 2012-06-27

We have a project in Final Cut Pro which we want to export to FLV for use on our website. Currently we have tried exporting as .mov and converting it using SeaSky Video Converter but the sound is way out of sync.

I'm not sure if that is because of how we're exporting it, or how the video converter works.

What is a sure fire way of exporting from Final Cut Pro and ending up with an FLV video file we can use on our website?

Question by:blairgorman
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    I would suggest exporting it as a quicktime movie at native resolution, then use Quicktime Pro Player to convert to FLV.
    Alternatively, something like Leawo Video Converter ($35 - will do the job to convert it into the FLV format and give you plenty of customisation.
    Finally, I believe Adobe Flash Professional will add FLV converter formats to the format output list in Final Cut Pro, however it would be an expensive experiment to try!


    Author Closing Comment

    We ended up exporting as .mov then using Total Video Converter to convert to FLV and Miro video converter to convert to WebM and OGV.

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