Exporting the final project from iMovie


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Exporting the final project from iMovie

Now that the clip is built, I want to share my movie to my computer and to other devices. Clicking the Share button will bring up a simple dialog. I could choose to store it in the iMovie theater so it's accessible to other apps. Doing so will render out a preview movie and share this to other devices or even to my iCloud settings, so I can view this on things, like an Apple TV. While that's going, I can continue to share to other places.

For example, I can store this in iTunes, and this makes it easy to synchronize with other devices like my iPad or my iPhone. Let's share that file. That's running as well. Let's share this as well to a file. Now, I've already stored it in the theater, so I'll uncheck Add to Theater. I see my movie there, looks good. Clicking Next, I could choose to store that to a new location. So let's go back to the iStopMotion, and I will just call this Rough Edit.

And click Save. The file is written, and all of those things are background operations,...

Exporting the final project from iMovie
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Exporting the final project from iMovie provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Getting Started with Stop Motion Animation

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Video
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After Effects Premiere Pro
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