Exporting QuickTime files


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Exporting QuickTime files

If you need to exchange with other editing tools, the use of the QuickTime architecture is quite popular. This allows you to go ahead and publish out files that are going to work with any codec. By installing third-party codecs on your system, you can easily choose the QuickTime format and then target a very specific output. This will allow you to use third-party render settings to generate files that will work with systems such as those from Avid or Apple, as well as, others like Sony. When you're ready to invoke QuickTime export just choose File > Export > Render Video.

You'll see that the dialog box is pretty straightforward and matches other formats, just choose QuickTime from the pop-up. When you do that, there are several presets to choose from. However, if you don't see an option that you want, you can customize this list, it just takes a little bit of extra work and it's technically not a supported workflow. Let me show you how to modify this lis...

Exporting QuickTime files
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Exporting QuickTime files provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Editing Video in Photoshop CS6

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Video
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Photoshop
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