Exporting the time-lapse sequence


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Exporting the time-lapse sequence

Rich: Final Cut Pro 10 has several built in options for exporting media. This'll smooth out the process of sending it to a specific target like Vimeo or DVD. Under the File menu just choose File > Share. This'll give you the option to make a Master file. This'll match the original sequence settings that you specified earlier. That's a useful way to export that out. And notice, it's going to go out to the file format that I chose. In this case, a QuickTime Movie. And it gives me the recommended settings. If I choose the Settings tab, I could see specifically the codec being used. And I could decide to do Video Only if there was no audio. And you notice, that makes a clean master file.

Clicking Next will write that out to the directory that you've specified. There it is and I'll target a export location. Hit Save and the process begins. You could track the progress right there with the percent indicator. While that's running, you can also t...

Exporting the time-lapse sequence
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Exporting the time-lapse sequence provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Creating Time-Lapse Video

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