Forum Question: Export iMovie ’09 to Facebook

What is the easiest way to export iMovie projects into Facebook?

— Todd Peperkorn

Comments: 3 Responses to “Export iMovie ’09 to Facebook”

    12/16/09 @ 1:16 pm

    I would simply export them as a medium-quality movie. Maybe 640×480 or so, h264 .mp4 file. Then upload to Facebook using their Web interface.
    But you may also want to consider uploading it to a YouTube account and then posting a link to it in Facebook. That way if you have some friends that are not on Facebook, they can still see it.

    1/4/10 @ 7:04 pm

    I tried to uplod it onto Quick Time player and when it finished and i tried to click it, the movie would stop after a certain part. The visual would pause on one select spot, yet the audio continued to play.

      1/4/10 @ 7:27 pm

      Not quite following that. Did you create the video? From what? Did you work with it in iMovie? Then did you export from iMovie — as what, exactly? Then you watched it in QuickTime Player — or did you upload it somewhere? To what and how?

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