Hey everyone, I'm a bit of a newbie with video encoding so would appreciate any advice. I've shot a film on the RED one camera and our editor and colourist worked with Final Cut and in 1920x1080. I've exported this as a single Apple ProRes HQ Quicktime and used the 'DVD: High Quality 90 mins' setting in Compressor - and then used DVD studio pro to burn (all this is using Final Cut Studio 2). It looks great on the DVD. I'm sending out the short to various film festivals and some of them allow you to upload the film, which saves burning and sending out a DVD. I want basically the same quality/size I have on the DVD (comes to about 560mb). And I want it to play easily without stuttering on most computers. When I use the 'DVD high quality' setting in Compressor it creates 2 files (one audio ac3, one video m2v) - if I reimport into FCP, connect up audio and video, and try to export as a single Quicktime with 'Current Settings', it crashes for some reason. How do I replicate the 'DVD high quality' settings but set Compressor to create one file? Is the 'm2v' (MPEG2) format a good one to use in any case? It seems to take an age to open in my Quicktime, but then runs fine - I've also tried the H.264 codec for another film and that seems to work badly on slower computers given the compression. Thanks for any help in advance!