How to Export Movie from Final Cut Pro (FCP) to FLV? After editing your own movies on Final Cut Pro or Final Cut Express, you may want to put them on your website for presenting your introduction or promoting your services/products. For users with the older version of FCP, FCE or iMovie, it is easy to export FLV by choosing File > Export > Using QuickTime Conversion. However, if you could not find Flash FLV as output format from FCP/FCE/iMovie, you may need a FCP to FLV converter to get Flash videos. Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac is the best FCP to FLV converter for you to handle videos on iMac/MacBook Pro with Snow Leopard or Leopard. The Mac FCP to FLV converter supports loading .3gp, .m4v, .avi, .dv, .flc, .mp4 videos from FCP/FCE/iMovie and converts FCP movies to FLV as short film. Below are the steps to export Final Cut Pro movie to FLV with Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac. Step 1. Load Final Cut Pro movies to Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac. After exporting movies from Final Cut Pro, run Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac as the Mac FCP to FLV converter, and click the "Add" button to load FCP short films for conversion. Step 2. Choose FLV output format. Click the "Format" option and choose Flash Video > FLV-Flash Video Format(*.flv) as output format. This format is compatible to most machines. Step 3. Transcode FCP movies to FLV. Click the "Convert" button under the preview window, and the Mac FCP to FLV converter starts converting Final Cut Pro movies to FLV for playing on webpage. Tips: 1. After converting Final Cut Pro movies to FLV, you need Flash players to navigate the video playback on webpage. You can use free web players like JW player, Moyea PlayBox player and Flow player to present your short films on website. 2. You can set the video resolution of the FLV videos by clicking the "Settings" before conversion. 3. The above step-by-step guide with Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac also works for the movies exported from Final Cut Express and iMovie. In other words, you can also convert FCE movies to FLV, iMovie videos to FLV on Mac OS X.