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- Aug 11th, 2011
Outputting to different video formats is one of Final Cut Pro X’s greatest assets. Learn everything you need to know about exporting and sharing your video projects from editor and motion graphics expert Michael Wohl...
*** Updated for FCP X 10.0.6 ***
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 you’ll 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 it’s time to export. In this section Michael takes you through the different options where you’ll 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! There’s even a section on sending your project to Apple’s Compressor software for a vast array of highly customizable exporting options.
It’s nice to Share! ...and Michael Wohl “shares” his vast knowledge of Final Cut Pro X’s 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!
Check out our full Final Cut Pro X 100 Series library of tutorials:
- Final Cut Pro X 101: Overview and Quick Start Guide
- Final Cut Pro X 102: Media: Ingesting and Organizing
- Final Cut Pro X 103: Editing In The Magnetic Timeline
- Final Cut Pro X 104: Advanced Editing Techniques
- Final Cut Pro X 105: Working With Audio
- Final Cut Pro X 106: Titles, Effects and Compositing
- Final Cut Pro X 107: Color Correction Techniques
- Final Cut Pro X 108: Exporting and Sharing Your Work
- Final Cut Pro X 201: Multicam Editing
- Final Cut Pro X 202: DSLR Workflows
- Final Cut Pro X 204: Managing Media
- Final Cut Pro X 205: Color Grading
For a full list of the topics covered, see the Tutorial Outline
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Last but not least, the final module. This covered a lot of nifty stuff, like organizing a project and sharing and exporting a movie. Wwatch out Mr. Spielberg, I have been tutored by Michael Wohl. Here I come!
As mentioned earlier. The videos database is out of sync with the export modules. I am looking forward to the 200 series modules.
It was very informative. The only thing I noticed was a few choppy endings on some of the tutorials...
I have found all the tutorials from NED extreamly good
This provided clear answers to several questions I had. As all the tutorials I have used so far, this was well presented and easy to follow
I now have the complete series and wow it's terrific! What a value when you buy with the discounts. I just watched Final Cut Pro X 108 and it's very in depth. It answered a question that was driving me nuts. How to export a selection range without the entire project getting exported. It seems so obvious but Apple dropped the ball on this one. It turns out you can't but Michael show you how to do it with a few steps and magic. This was worth the price of the tutorial alone. My one request is still a more advanced editing tutorial.
An excellent to the point video that gets you off to a good start. Good coverage eof the issues.