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Lesson 16. Finishing and Outputting > Exporting Using QuickTime Conversion

Exporting Using QuickTime Conversion

Using the QuickTime Movie export function works for many situations when you want to use preset sequence settings. But there are times when you need to convert what you're exporting to a specific file type—perhaps to an audio file such as AIFF, or to a file you can play on the Web.

In Final Cut Pro, you have numerous file type options for exporting your finished sequence. Keep in mind there is always more than one way to configure your export settings. Preparing media for digital distribution is an exercise in compromise between quality and performance—the higher the data rate, the higher the quality, but the poorer the performance. Through practice and trial and error, you can decide for yourself the correct balance based on your distribution medium and your intended audience.


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