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From iMovie to Final Cut Pro X by Tom Wolsky

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Lesson 13Outputting from Final Cut Pro

The hard, technical part of nonlinear editing is at the beginning, setting up and setting preferences, importing, organizing, adding metadata; the fun part in the middle, hopefully, is the editing; and the easy part is the outputting at the end. Well, we’re finally up to the easy part: sharing. Basically, when outputting, you’re delivering your media in some digital form, whether it’s heavily compressed for low-bandwidth web delivery or a high-resolution HD or higher format for your digital master.

For this chapter I am using a library called FCPX11, which you can download from the eResources tab of the www.routledge.com/products/9781138209978 web page. You could use your own media as well, but there are ...

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