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Is There a 'Universal' file type for movies?


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Greetings.

Is there a file type for short clips/movies that I put together which I can put a web page so that, for instance, those without QT can view it?

I'm using OS X 10.4 on an Intel iMac if this information helps....

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For the widest coverage I would think flash video covers just about anything, after all we can all watch uTube

MPEG Streamclip can convert just about any format to flv format

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Thanks for that Louishen.

Just to be clear, I'm using iMovie 06. So, do I share firstly as a QT movie, then convert to Flash? Is there a way of avoiding the two-step approach, ie going from project straight to Flash?

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There are also free formats like Ogg Theora that are openly documented and supported by free software like VLC that is available for every platform.

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