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Final Cut Pro X: Making the Transition by Larry Jordan

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17. Sharing and Exporting

Once your work is complete, it’s time to share your Project with others. So it’s fitting that sharing, or exporting, is the last chapter in this book.

The Share menu in Final Cut Pro X is the last step in the editing process, where you create finished versions of your Projects. You’ll look at how to export a high-quality master file, plus the benefits of using Roles, then I’ll provide an overview of how to share your files with popular websites.

Overview of the Output Process

Apple adopted a new philosophy on exporting with FCP X: It assumes that the person doing the exporting is not necessarily the one doing the editing. Since you export directly from the Project Library, the person exporting (who may or may not be ...

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