Join Abba Shapiro for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting from Final Cut Pro X, part of Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Final Cut Pro X (2011).
When you're finally done editing your program, of course, you want to export your movie.…In Final Cut 7, you used to export from the File menu where you could File >…Share or File > Export.…Now all export is done in its own drop-down menu called Share.…The first thing we're going to look at is exporting a movie.…This is primarily what you may want to do as an editor.…Just get your movie out to a hard drive and then move it from there.…So Export Movie works pretty much the same way as it did in all previous…versions, including the keyboard shortcut, Command+E. When exporting a movie now,…you'll notice that the interface is much more simple.…
I can export using the current settings which is historically what we've done,…but I can also export to all the flavors of ProRes, H.264, as well as other legacy formats.…After I export the movie, I can choose to open it up with QuickTime Player.…I can open it up in Compressor to do further compression or simply do nothing.…Once again, just like previous versions, I can do Video and Audio or Video only.…
This course helps experienced Final Cut Pro editors understand new ways of performing traditional editing techniques. New terminology and new tools for performing editing functions are also clarified.
- Touring the X interface
- Running Final Cut Pro 7 and X on the same machine
- Importing and analyzing media
- New editing methods (including append and connected clips)
- Timeline editing (including ripple, roll, slip, and slide edits)
- Adding audio
- Fine-tuning with the Precision Editor
- Adding and adjusting transitions
- Creating titles
- Applying motion effects to clips
- Performing color corrections
- Archiving and collaboration
Skill Level Beginner
1. Setting Up the Workspace
2. Importing and Managing Assets
3. Creating Projects and Editing
4. Using Effects and Making Adjustments
5. Exporting and Sharing
Collaboration and archiving5m 56s
Next steps3m 26s
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