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GoPro Cameras For Dummies, 2nd Edition by John Carucci

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Chapter 12

Presenting Your Movie

IN THIS CHAPTER

check Converting files for export

check Exporting your movie

check Sharing the movie

check Choosing long-term storage

Whether your movie consists of a few clips from the GoPro you mounted on a lawn mower, an elaborate edit of your backyard-pool Olympics, or a short movie of your dramatic friends, it’s time to kick it out of GoPro Studio Edit and get it out into the world.

Will you upload it to a video-sharing website? Send it out as a live stream? Go old-school and burn it to a Blu-ray DVD? You have many possibilities to consider.

Maybe you’re not even looking to make an exclusively GoPro movie; instead, you want to incorporate some GoPro footage into a bigger movie project. That’s no problem, because the process of using the program, and ultimately exporting your edit, remains the same.

After that, it’s a matter of showing it to the world.

Converting Your Movie Files for Export

Although GoPro Studio Edit (see Chapter 11) provides some options for exporting your movie, it offers limited choices. Although many may work for your needs, you can export your ...

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