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In this tech video learn how to export and publish movies in HD from iMovie on a Mac.
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How to Export and Publish Movies in HD from iMovie
Hey guys, this is George from giorgio1apple and in this video I'm going to be doing a tutorial on how to export one of these from iMovie 09 in HD and also how to upload onto TUT. So if you’re going to have iMovie, and if you haven’t earn a software update on like three weeks, two weeks, I recommend you ring that beep because there's a new update for iPhoto, iMovie. I think I—and I don’t know what the rest do but in iMovie, it gives you support for large movies and HD movies to upload and HD movies to export.
So you can see these two movies right here. —it sounds right here in HD. And then that didn’t—that means it’s uploaded to YouTube. And here, I have one that I just created. You can see how it starts off.
And what you have to do to export it in HD is just go right here and export movie. Export movie, you can see it now you have HD right here. And if you go right here, it tells you all the other features. So you can export it right now.
But if you also want to upload it to YouTube, you can publish to YouTube. And you’ll see the HD button right now. So you can see I have my camera right here and since I'm logged in from my Gmail account that’s why I have to enter in my Gmail account. But if I just create my account from YouTube, I would just enter my user name. So, now I have to answer my password and all the names and tags and everything. So you click on—or once you have your account right here, your password, the category and all the things click on next, publish. Now it prepares the project. So this movie right here—and it will create the movie and like 20, 30 minute—12 minutes or 15 minutes.
This one is actually going to take long. We’re going to start going down. So once it’s done, I’ll show you how it starts up going to YouTube automatically. Okay guys, so now you can see right here, it says HD so that means that the movie has already been formatted in 720P. Now it’s going to start uploading to YouTube. So now, it should take a pretty long while for it to save the—. But it will approximately take two or three hours depending on your internet speed and whatever you have. So this movie is like five and a half minutes. And my upload speed is like the crappiest ever.
It uploads at 20 or 17, if it’s in average 17 kilobytes approximately. So now it says about an hour but it should take between one and two hours. There we go. These two took like two hours approximately. So in two hours, you should see this video already on YouTube. And in another two hours, you should see the video I'm doing right now in YouTube.
So that’s about it guys for this video. Remember to comment, rate and subscribe and follow me on Twitter and goodbye.