This video covers exporting the finished project.
- [Narrator] Okay, so our project is done. I'm just going to unmute this channel. For no good reason, and very quickly scrub back beyond it so I don't have to listen to that again. Okay, so we're ready now to go. We've got everything stitched into place. It's ready to render. And what I've determined is we're going to need one version that's broadcast-able. Now technically, I must add that before you do make anything broad cast quality itself, it does require a little bit of special color modulation.
And that's outside the scope of this course, but really there is no true black and no true white in broad cast. They're in a much narrower gamut. That's the achievable range of colors in case you've not come across that word before, because it's not in the cheat sheet. Okay, so that's the idea. We're going to put something out just basically as an mp4 and then we're going to put a couple things out for social in the movie following this. So I'm going to go to the file menu, and I'm going to come down to export.
Okay, and I'm going to choose media, just here, and that will start that process going. And I'm not even going to bother filling any of this stuff out right now. I'm immediately going to hand that over to the queue. Because then it will take that into adobe media encoder. Okay, so or should do, it should be there about now, but apparently not. I'm just going to clear up some of this other stuff that's in here because I don't need it.
So to do that I'm going to highlight those things and then tap the minus which is here and hit yes. Okay so I'm not entirely sure that is the right thing at all just there, so I'm going to cancel that, because I think I might have actually had a clip targeted, that happens sometimes. So now we just go back to premiere, and I'm going to see the whole timeline. Just here, okay.
I'm going to select nothing at all. And I'm going to do export, and media one more time, just here. Oh endSlate is just he output name that's on here. That's just fine. I'm going to scrub this play head just here just to make sure that it's doing what I want it to do. There you go, yeah it is all there. It takes a moment to catch up because it's trying to sort of create a rendering version in here and you just saw a rendering flag come up.
Okay, the output name, I'm going to change that while I'm here. So I'm going to drop this out onto the desktop as well, so I'm just going to call this monsters promo. Like that, okay, and then I'm going to queue that. So that will be brought into the media encoder queue. Okay, you don't need to worry about what's going on here on this side. That's just showing me things that I last brought in via the media browser.
So there we are, this is going to be h264 match source high bit train. Okay, that's what it's going to be output as onto the desktop there. I'm going to leave that though, as it is, because in the next movie we're also going to discuss output to social media.
- Basic terminology
- Importing files from Photoshop and Illustrator into After Effects
- Creating a lower third in After Effects
- Creating a new project in Adobe Premiere
- Working with sound and Audition
- Multitrack editing
- Remixing time
- Navigating the Adobe Audition interface
- Adobe Media Encoder
- Making a short social movie