Join Frank Rohmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Finishing and exporting your movie, part of Photography Video Workflow: Final Cut Pro + Canon 5D Mark II.
So when you get to the point where you've completed all your editing, you are…then ready to deliver the product to your customer. And there are many…different ways to do that. I would like to take about a handful of the most…popular ways of getting this project out the door. And a few of those would be…of course delivering in a Windows Media format, possibly delivering in a Flash…file format, or of course a DVD, or maybe even iPhone or iTouch/iPod which are…all very popular today.…So let's talk about all those, as a matter of fact. So one thing I do want to…recommend you do, is make sure your sequence has been rendered completely, and…how do you double check that? Well, Click on a sequence to make sure that it's…been selected, then navigate up to the Sequence option here at the top menu,…Mouse-Click and select Render All.…
Now, when you select this, make sure these are all checked, if they are not, go…ahead and check them all and then come back and select Render All. When you…select this option of course Final Cut Pro will go through and make sure…
Photography Video Workflow: Final Cut Pro + Canon 5D Mark II was created and produced by Frank Rohmer. We are honored to host his material in the lynda.com library.
- Preparing system hardware for editing HD footage
- Creating a Canon 5D Mark II project preset for HD video
- Transferring and importing Canon HD video files into Final Cut Pro
- Editing with three-point edits, drag and drop, and automated techniques
- Understanding transitions and filters for HD video
- Converting non-drop frame to drop frame for broadcasting
- Finishing a project out to DVD, Windows Media, Flash, or QuickTime