Exporting QuickTime movies


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Exporting QuickTime movies

Now, let's look at some final options we have for exporting and sharing our iMovie project. Below the dividing line under the Share menu, we have Export Movie, Export using QuickTime, and Export Final Cut XML. Now, Export Movie is just like exporting to iTunes or to the Media Browser in terms of options. You can choose Mobile, Medium, Large, HD 720p, or HD 1080p. The only real difference here is that instead of storing the movie in iTunes or in the Media Browser, you're placing the movie somewhere on your Mac. Notice we can choose where we want to save this movie here.

I can then expand this and then pick any hard drive on my Mac or any other location on my Mac to save this movie. For instance, I might want to save a version on the Desktop. Actually, let's go ahead and select Desktop. So maybe, for example, you just edited a movie for a coworker as a favor and you have no need to keep copy of his nephew's eighth birthday party on your computer. You would just choose a save lo...

Exporting QuickTime movies
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Exporting QuickTime movies provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iMovie 11 Essential Training

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Video
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iMovie
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