We are using the following workflow to produce content for streaming video. I'm posting this to see if there are any recommendations as to how we can become more efficient.
We are shooting on a JVC GY-DV 5000 / Firestore FS-3, and editing within Premiere Pro 2.0 and CineForm (optional).
Because the camera doesn't not offer true 16:9 (it records black bars on the top and bottom of the 4x3 screen), we have to edit the project and then crop out the bars using a third party software like Mpeg streamclip.
The actual workflow follows:
1. Export Movie from PPro
2. Import and crop out bars using Mpeg Streamclip and rendered out to a QT H.264
3. Imported into FLIX for conversion to a FLV
4. Uploaded to our server and player.