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Chapter 15. QuickTime and the Web > Getting Your Movie on the Web

Getting Your Movie on the Web

You may be creating movies that will live only on your hard disk, for your eyes only, never to be seen by anyone. More likely, though, your movies are meant to be viewed. As I’ve covered already, you can export the movie to a videotape and mail it to your relatives—if you don’t mind purchasing the tape, filling it with movies (or just using a few minutes of it for one movie), then paying to mail it across the country or around the world. Where’s the instant gratification in that? Instead (or in addition), post your movie to the Web (Figure 15.12), where anyone can download and view your creation within minutes of its completion (and which is also available 24 hours a day, perfect for your uncle who likes to work online at 2 a.m.).

Figure 15.12. You spent all that time editing—put your movies on the Web where others can see (for example, homepage.mac.com/jeffc/imovievqs/).



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