I'm trying to make a better workflow (that is, I'm trying to make *a* workflow) for managing my videos. Edited in Final Cut Studio, exported for DVD and for the Web. I'd like to encode the videos in Ogg Theora format to support the upcoming HTML5 <video> support in Firefox, and also in H.264 format for Safari/Chrome/iPhone/Flash/the rest of the world. The technique is described here. Yes, I know how decrepit and crappy Theora is and realize it would have been so much nicer if Mozilla would have gotten off their politics and just licensed H.264, but Firefox's market share is greater than Chrome, Safari, and Opera combined, so them's the breaks. Hopefully Mozilla will soon realize that H.264 is pretty much where it's at and license a decoder. For the DVD I'm importing a single file exported from Final Cut with embedded Chapter points. Is there a way to split a Quicktime movie on the chapter points and segment the files? That way, I could have a single file exported from Final Cut to use as a base for both DVD's and the web. I'm pretty sure tools like ffmpeg2theora aren't going to do this. I've never really used Compressor very much, but upon trying to set up a Theora job it fails. Every single time. Has anyone gotten anything like this to work?