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iWeb is an extremely easy way to bring your Final Cut Pro video to the internet. With drag and drop ease, you can have an iWeb page prepared in just seconds. .Mac users can utilize their account to publish the website, or if you are building th site for someone else, it would probebly make more sense to have the site hosted somewhere like Godaddy, and use a program like Fetch to upload it.

To transfer an iWeb site from one Mac to another, you need to get the Domain file that is located in a folder named iWeb. To get to that folder follow this path; User (the user that the site was created by)/Library/Application Support/iWeb. If you are creating a site for someone else, it is a good idea to create a new user on your Mac to create the site, otherwise all the sites you have built under that user will transfer in the Domain file.

A good setting in Final Cut Pro to output video for an iWeb site is the iPhone setting. To select this setting you need to export Using the Quicktime conversion, and then select iPhone. This compresses your project to Mpeg4 video, that will play in an iWeb site. During the five day Final Cut Pro/Studio class at GeniusDV, we take students through the process of using iWeb to deliver your video to the web. For more information on that class click here. To view a more step by step tutorial in developing an iWeb site click here.

 

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