Hey guys, hopefully some people have experience with this, I'm looking for a proper workflow for a phantom high-speed camera. I use a v1210 for work in research. Once a .cine file is saved what would be the best export format to have a lower quality compressed video file that could be quickly emailed or put on dropbox. There's a few options for compressed .avi files but those I tried yet don't play nice with macs and the quicktime save is uncompressed and I think even keeps the whole bitdepth of the raw file. Also, is there an easy way to speed up a video and keep a playback speed of 30fps again for this lightweight file scenario? ie. over estimated the experiment speed and I end up with a 7min video that I really only want to last for 15sec. Within the camera control software, it's possible to change the playback speed when exporting a video but it forces the player to try to play it back at that speed which usually means that it crashes the player and doesn't make for a smaller file size. Right now, I have a script for virtualdub but it creates a .h264 avi that macs can't read so I have to re-convert it which makes it a bit of a pain to have to go through so many files... Lastly, what would be the preferred format to export the clips to edit on with software like final cut or premier? I'm guessing the uncompressed quicktime files are ok but they take forever to make, I was wondering if there is something better.