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Motion for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide by Mark Spencer

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Chapter 16. Exporting a Project

As you design a Motion graphics project, you may find that you want to post a draft version to the Web for a client in a remote location to review. And when the project is complete, you’ll want to share your masterpiece, whether by tape for a television station, by DVD, or via a Web site.

Motion makes it easy to export your project in a variety of formats to suit your needs. When you get ready to export, you can choose the type of export, use one of Motion’s presets, or create your own presets. When you export your project, you create a self-contained file (or a series of files) that you can then share with others.

You can also export using a separate, dedicated application called Compressor that ships with Apple’s ...

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