Hi there... I was wondering if anyone could share their current workflow for exporting web-optomized video out of iMovie and then importing that into Dreamweaver for distribution on the web. I'm not really happy with the quality I'm getting and wondering if I'm missing a step. Here's my current workflow: 1) Create a movie in iMovie '11 2) Share > Export Movie 3) Select LARGE (960x540), creates a .m4v file 4) Using Adobe CS5 Media Encoder... 5) Open .m4v file, and select the following options: Format = .FLV | F4V Preset = FLV - Match Source Attributes (High Quality) 6) This produces a .FLV file 7) In Dreamweaver I embed this in a web page Insert > Media > FLV 8) Upload all of the pages, assets and FLV to the server. This process on average produces approximatley a 3 minute 60mb .FLV file. The final FLV ALWAYS has more artifacts and seems to be a different frame rate (sorta jumpy) than the .m4v and source in iMovie. Occassionally there will be a "clicking" in the background audio. I'm in no way a pro media developer but I do create a fair number of training videos for my organization and would like to produced the best quality, least bandwidth intense vids possible. Anyway... hope someone out there is willing to share their expertise. Thanks so much!