Logan Baker walks you through “How to Export Video in Final Cut Pro” – four simple steps for exporting a high-resolution QuickTime movie — compatible with YouTube and Vimeo from Final Cut Pro X.

You’ve slogged through your edit, but you aren’t done yet. Now you’ve got to export your video — and there’s a right way and wrong way to go about it, depending on where your video is meant to end up. Whether that’s with a client, a co-worker, or in the hands of the general public on YouTube, choosing the appropriate method of exporting your video is simple and easy to remember. Read the complete tutorial on Rocketstock.

Built for the future of video post, Final Cut Pro transforms the timeline to break free from the constraints of traditional track-based editing. A beautiful and dynamic editing interface lets you experiment freely while working with extraordinary speed and precision.

Final Cut Pro 10.3 debuts a powerful collection of new features for professional editors. A strikingly low-profile interface maximizes work space on any display. The new Magnetic Timeline 2 advances even further beyond traditional, track-based editing with automatic color coding and flexible layouts based on roles. The latest Final Cut Pro release also takes full advantage of the new MacBook Pro with support for the Touch Bar and wide color workflows. Read more about Final Cut Pro on Apple.

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