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Exporting Quicktime video for YouTube out of Final Cut Pro

Setting Up A Final Cut Pro Project for Export
Open up your active timeline.As good practice, it’s almost always a smart idea to place in and out points at the start and end of the media you intend to export. This can be done by scrolling the play-head to the in point-and using the shortcut “I”. Now scroll to your out point and use the shortcut “O”. You will now see the In and Out points marked above the timeline. Now, the only portion that will be exported is the media that falls between these points.



Exporting for YouTube from Final Cut Pro
With the development of consumer HD video cameras, the support of HD on YouTube has also improved greatly over the last few years. YouTube now supports a wide range of video resolutions and file formats. This export method from Final Cut Pro will insure your video is taken into YouTube at a high resolution and frame size.

Click “OK” and then click on the Size button.

Check the “De-interlace Source Video” box then click “OK”.

FCP’s default settings for Sound comply with YouTube requirements, so no need to tweak that.

Click “OK” and when you return to the Save dialogue box hit “OK” again to export!

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