How to Export a Movie in Premiere Pro CS6


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Exporting a movie

When you're ready to export a copy of your movie, it's as simple as going under the File menu, selecting Export, and choosing Media. As soon as you do that, you will be greeted with this dialog box, and for the most part you are not going to change a lot of things, but let me show you a couple of important things that you'll need to know. The first thing is in the lower left-hand corner, you have a choice for what you export. And if I click on this dropdown menu, you can see that I can export the In to Out point in my timeline or the Entire Sequence.

Most of the time you want to do the Entire Sequence and by accident you only export what you have an In and Out point marked, which is likely your last edit. In addition, I can export the Work Area, and we touched on what a Work Area was in an earlier movie. Or if I wanted to, I can actually customize the part of the program I want to export by either just clicking Custom or it will automatically switch to Custom if I grab these s...

Exporting a movie
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Exporting a movie provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Abba Shapiro as part of the Premiere Pro CS6 Essential Training

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Video
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Premiere Pro
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