Outputting to different video formats is one of Final Cut Pro Xs greatest assets. Learn everything you need to know about exporting and sharing your video projects from editor and motion graphics expert Michael Wohl...So now that your video project has been edited, color corrected, audio-sweetened, titled and filled with FX, how do you Export and Share it?In this concluding tutorial in our Final Cut Pro X 100 series, Master Trainer Michael Wohl takes you through every important step in the Exporting and Sharing process. First youll learn all about Media Management how to best organize and Consolidate your projects. Next is an important section on Rendering where Michael explains how FCP X renders in the background and how you can customize those settings to match your workflow. From there he shows all the different ways you can check your work using Full Screen Playback to make sure that every frame in your project is exactly as you want it to be before you send it out into the world!Now its time to export. In this section Michael takes you through the different options where youll learn export your entire movie or just a section for review purposes. Sometimes you just want to export the audio and still images this tutorial covers it all! Theres even a section on sending your project to Apples Compressor software for a vast array of highly customizable exporting options.Its nice to Share! ...and Michael Wohl shares his vast knowledge of Final Cut Pro Xs built-in sharing features: Your learn how to Share on you local computer, a network, on all Apple devices, for podcasting, on DVDs and Blu-ray discs. Your Final Cut Pro masterpiece can also be shared on popular video sharing sites like YouTube and Vimeo, and Master Wohl will show you how.After watching this FCP X tutorial by macProVideo.coms MIchael Wohl you too will be an expert at exporting and sharing your projects across the video playback universe!Table of Contents:1. Introduction2. Handling Offline Files3. Reveal In Finder4. Offline Files in Projects5. Re-ording Event Priority6. Consolidating Projects7. Using Proxies and Transcoding Media8. Manual Rendering9. Full-screen Playback10. Export Movie11. Export Selection12. The Sharing Pane13. Exporting Audio14. Exporting Still Images15. Exporting Using Compressor Settings16. Send to Compressor17. Sharing on your local computer18. Sharing for Apple Devices19. Sharing to Podcast Producer20. Burning a DVD21. Burning a Blu-ray disk22. Sharing to Popular Video Sharing Sites
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