Exporting a project for Final Cut


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Exporting a project for Final Cut

As you become more proficient at iMovie, you might find down the road somewhere that you're starting to feel a little limited by its capabilities. Now, if you have made it through all of these movies, I think you'll agree that iMovie 11 is no slouch. It can definitely do some very cool things and give your movies a professional look. But the reality is that it's a movie editor for the masses, so it has to be limited and easy enough for anyone to use. So if you're getting ready to move on to the world of professional video editing applications like Apple's Final Cut Express or Final Cut Pro, that doesn't mean you have to leave all of your iMovie projects behind you and start from scratch to continue work on the project you started in iMovie.

So the last option we have here is Share > Export Final Cut XML. What this does is export a text file written in XML, which is what Final Cut reads, but you can then open in Final Cut Express or Final Cut Pro, and continue wo...

Exporting a project for Final Cut
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Exporting a project for Final Cut provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iMovie 11 Essential Training

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