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by Iain Anderson, macprovideo.com

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Exporting and Sharing have been covered many times here, but since the advent of 4K, things have changed just a little and it’s worth a quick recap. If you want more information on what YouTube or Vimeo are going to do to your file, read this article here. And if you want to know more about metadata and media management on shared files, read this. In this article, I’ll show you how to get more control over your H.264 exports, because some of these options don’t quite work the way you’d expect. If you’re exporting 4K as well as 1080p, and especially if you’re delivering files direct to a client, you might need to change your ways.

Understanding Share Destinations

Visit Final Cut Pro > Preferences to find the Destinations pane

Visit Final Cut Pro > Preferences to find the Destinations pane

Before you share, you should set up your presets as you like them. [Read More]

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