It’s time for the final stage. With editing and effects complete, we need to get our project out of Final Cut Pro so the world can see it.
In the past, most projects would output to tape. Today the majority of projects are outputting to files—files that post to the Web, are placed on a DVD, or are broadcast via a playout server at the network.
The latest version of Final Cut Studio reflects this trend. Apple made few changes to their ability to output to tape, but they totally overhauled and improved exporting.
In this chapter, we’ll take a look at some of the less-obvious techniques you can use to get your projects out of Final Cut Pro and send them on their way.
Final Cut Pro 7 offers sharing. ...