Sending videos to the web is an essential part of video editing workflows. Join Jeff as he teaches you some of the best ways to maximize the quality of your videos before uploading to YouTube.
- [Jeff] Welcome to Final Cut Pro X Weekly, I'm Jeff.…- [Nick] And I'm Nick and I'm not here this week.…- [Jeff] We're going to talk a little bit…about uploading video to the web.…Two major things I want to talk about.…I want to talk about this idea of garbage in garbage out…and just a little bit better Youtube settings…by looking at Youtube's advanced encoding page.…Then talk about the idea that you can publish…to iCloud drive or something like Dropbox or Google Drive…to guarantee a video quality for a client.…So, garbage in, garbage out.…Anything that you output from final cut that goes…to Youtube, goes to Vimeo,…automatically is going to get recompressed.…
What we probably would like to do is check that file…before we upload it.…If that file is crunchy there, I guarantee you,…it'll be crunchy at Youtube.…What I like to do is I like to improve…on apple's settings a little bit.…Give it a little bit higher of a data rate.…Here I am inside of final cut pro ten.…I have a timeline, I'm going to go to the file menu…
- Maximizing your color board
- Mastering speed effects
- Working with Compressor
- Learning helpful keyboard shortcuts
- Uploading videos to the web
- Setting up workspaces
Skill Level Intermediate
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