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Building YouTube Videos, DVDs from Canon 5D Mark II

I'm going to be using my Canon 5D Mark II to build first YouTube videos and eventually a DVD. As such, I found this quick tip to create droplets to convert to Apple's 422 format enlightening.

I should probably pick up (rather, have the client pick up) an external hard drive to store all the video I'll be creating. Even with H.264 from the 5D Mark II a 2:00 video was over 700 MB.

The YouTube videos will require a good deal less editing, so I may not even bother with the conversion so long as iMovie or Final Cut Pro doesn't crash.

Some other good links: Apple docs here and here.

Next up: figuring out how to animate the pieces of an EPS file. I think Motion can do it but who knows…

One Response to "Building YouTube Videos, DVDs from Canon 5D Mark II"

  1. The 5D Mark II shoots some amazing video. We just posted our first foray into video (http://www.shootq.com/journey/) and I'm really pleased with the results. Surprisingly enough, its not too hard to compress the video to stream fairly cleanly in high quality through a flash video streamer.


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