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Lesson 3. Transitions > Exporting the movie

Exporting the movie

To view Sequence Transitions as a movie file, you need to export it.

1.
Select the Transitions sequence in the Timeline window to make it active.

2.
Adjust the Timeline view so that you can see the entire sequence. (Type a reverse slash (\) or use the zoom controls.)

3.
Double-click on the textured portion at the center of the work area bar so that it conforms to the length of the entire project.

Note

For more details and exercises about exporting movies from Premiere Pro, go to Lesson 13, “Output,” in this Classroom in a Book.

4.
From the title bar at the top of your screen, choose File > Export > Movie.

5.
In the Export Movie dialog box, click Settings. Make sure Microsoft DV AVI is selected for the File Type and Work Area Bar is selected for the Range. Make sure that the Export Video option and the Export Audio option are selected. Also make sure that Add to Project When Finished and Beep When Finished are selected. The default values for other settings are fine for this project.

Use the Save and Load buttons in the Export Movie Settings dialog box to save and later quickly load export settings that you use frequently. Loading saved settings is particularly useful when you create several types of video files (for example, NTSC and Web video) from the same project.



6.
Click OK to close the Export Movie Settings dialog box.

7.
In the Export Movie dialog box, type Transitions.avi for the name of the video program and click Save.

Premiere Pro starts making the video program, displaying a status bar that provides an estimate for the amount of time it will take.

8.
When the video program is complete, it is imported into the project.


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