Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting to a file, part of Premiere Pro CS6 for Avid and Final Cut Pro Editors.
When it's time to output your finished edit, there's a few ways of doing it. …Obviously you can play out to a master tape. …You can produce a DVD. Or it's quite likely these days you'll be …producing a file. And Premiere Pro makes this super easy. …You can use the Media Encoder foreground process or a background process. …And I, I'll walk you through it. I've got a sequence here set up with my …work area covering the entire sequence. I can turn this off by going to the panel …menu for the timeline and just disabling it, in which case I'd use the in and out …marks instead. I'm going to go to the File menu, and I'm …going to choose Export media. And in this panel I've got a lot of …options that should be pretty familiar to you and a few that are particular to …Premiere Pro. First of all, under Source, I've got a …crop option. So, here I can crop my media.…
I'll just make this really obvious. Then if I go to the Output tab, you can …see the results of that. This is going to scaled to whichever export …
- Introducing Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
- Creating and managing projects
- Working with sequences
- Applying effects, color correction, and opacity
- Titles and metadata
- Integrating Premiere Pro with other applications
- Working with audio
- Outputting video
Skill Level Intermediate
Premiere Pro CS6 Essential Trainingwith Abba Shapiro6h 59m Beginner
Premiere Pro: Documentary Editingwith Jason Osder3h 48m Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
2. Creating and Managing Projects
3. Working with Sequences
4. Applying Effects, Color Correction, and Opacity
5. Titles and Metadata
6. Integrating Premiere Pro with Other Applications
7. Working with Audio
The Audio Mixer10m 35s
8. Outputting Video
Exporting to a file10m 32s
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