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When its time to export your project in Premiere Pro CS5, you have options. Today we go over them.
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How to Export Your Project in Premiere Pro CS5
Hey everybody Dave is still to a filmmakingcenter.com. I am back in Adobe Premier Pro CS5 the wonderful new editing tool by the folks of Adobe. Today we’re going to be on part 4 of my introductory tutorials and we’re going to talk about exporting our footage. So were done with our wonderful, you remember our last tutorial, we drop a couple of clips into the timeline, added some transitions to the little blur and it’s a wonderful movie that we’re going to put up on the internet and so I want to export the data here.
So it’s very simple, you just select your sequence and you go File, Export, Media and let’s going to open up this export box and a huge thing for me because the older versions are premier have this the last version didn’t is a new button down here that says export. So this is just going to let me be familiar with final cut pro, Word says Export Quick Timer Belief and you just make a quick time file for you or you can send it to the compressor whatever.
You can now do that in premier pro and you can export it just immediately from one of our settings we had. So we need a quick time done quickly just press export and that’s going to open up the render and it’s pretty fast to render some really big and it’s going to export and created an MOB file for me because I’m on the Mac and it’s going to use it whatever settings I have in this area here.
So there you have it it’s really quick as you can see. I love this new Mercury engine. So that’s done, now I go to File Export Media. I can also—if I have a lot of sequences or clips that I want to export, I can send them out this way. Now using the Q button, in the export settings area, we can match the sequence of settings. So I can click that, it’s going to change to MPEG preview etcetera. I don’t want that. What I want to do is change it here. For example, maybe I want to just go to making Hdot264 file. So I’ll choose that and now I’ve got—I can send it out to Apple TV 720P if I’d like. I can choose the mail, high definition. These are all new to CS5, these settings and they’re fantastic. Tivo, so you’re ready to go out to the internet, YouTube widescreen HD, regular SD, etcetera. We can even do 3GPP which is for cell phones.
It’s very cool stuff inside of the filters you can blurs, if you’d like to add a little blur. I don’t think I’ve ever used that but you can. Multiplex scene, if you need to do any of that for streaming compatibility. Here’s your video, you can change things around here, audio, and FTP if you want to send it right up to an FTP server it will do that for you. I don’t really mess so much with the settings because once they’re set, they’re pretty much at the highest standards that you would need. So, you can also put a comment in here. This is for Apple TV, etcetera and then if I hit Q, it’s going to open up the Adobe media encoder and that is going to allow me to cue and do so background renderings. So I have to deal with—I don’t want to keep working and let’s say I’m rendering out a video, the background encoder, the media encoder will start rendering the background.
So there it is right here all I have to do is click start Q and it will start—oh this is new and Q encoding. Look at it I’m surprised. I’m doing a tutorial and I found a surprised for myself. The start in one minute 41 seconds or press start Q that’s interesting because I’ve actually put stuff in the encoder and gone away and forgot to press start Q, so now it’s going to start automatically, that’s very cool. Good job, Adobe. So you can add a ton of sequences in here or clips, or whatever and just have them cued up while you go back into this and start rendering—I mean I’ll start editing more. So that’s pretty cool. I’m excited, the new media encoder, very, very cool. And of course you set where your output is etcetera just like anything. So before this starts cuing up lets just remove this and we get out off this for a second.
Another cool thing is we go to File, Export, Media, new as well as the Metadata area. So if you want to embed this in your export file, you can start adding tons of Metadata in here. Contributor, coverage, creator, identify, or publisher, writes. So there have so much’ look at all those. Tons of stuff that you add, I haven’t even remotely got into all these. There’s is so much but it’s all there for you. So you going to do rights’ management you can put all that in there, awesome, awesome stuff, mobile SWF, content type, wow.
This is new to CS5 the Metadata export. So that’s really cool. You can embedded it in your output file which is most likely what you’re going to do, you can also create a sidecar file which will go tag along with your outfit file. So very cool stuff on the export there, and that’s pretty much it. You are good to go to make your video, your edit into a video that other people can watch. Hope this helps a lot check out a 30-day free trial premier from CS5. It is absolutely tremendous. One of the thing—I’m sorry before I sign off. Let’s look at a couple of things really quick. I totally forgot I’m glad I threw in the export.
Let’s see so export media we just showed you that. You can also do EDL which will create an Edit Decision List. EDL is Edit Decision List so you maybe want to take make one of those so that you can open up your edit, in another program or in another premier. I mean there’s a lot of things you can open up at EDL and you can also go Export OMF which is fantastic, because if I want to -- if you’re doing a high end movie which you absolutely can and you have maybe you’re an editor and you’re an effects guy but you know nothing about audio and they guy that you’re going to hire is a pro- tools guy.
Well now you can just export it in OMF and he can open that up and do audio fixes for you and its tremendous. You can also do an AAF file and very important here is the final clip pro xml file. So you can just export these and it will create an XML file that you can open up your edit in final cut.
So we have a lot of options here, hope this helps. Once again, download a 30-day free trial of premier pro CS file. I’m David Basulto, thanks for watching.