|Nov 21, 2012, 09:01 PM||#1|
Export from iMovie to quicktime or flv?
So, Youtube tells me, to optimize my video upload, I should try to export the video from iMovie to Quicktime Movie and adjust the encoding Options.
But my iMovie won't allow me to adjust those options (I guess I have to buy a new version or something). It will, however, allow me to export the video directly to FLV.
So, in that case, is it better to export it to a Quicktime .mov without tweaking the encoding options, or to export it to a .flv? (since that's the format youtube uses, right?)
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