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Lesson 16. Finishing and Outputting

Lesson 16. Finishing and Outputting

Lesson FilesLesson 16 Project
MediaA Thousand Roads > Intro and Sound Effects folder
Motocross > Racing Footage and Team Story folders
TimeThis lesson takes approximately 60 minutes to complete.
GoalsReconnect media files
Check and adjust audio and video levels
Understand file formats
Export a QuickTime movie
Export using QuickTime conversion
Output a sequence to tape
Create a timecode window burn
Media-manage a project
Back up a project


Once a sequence is complete, with titles and effects all in, it's time to finish and output it. The finishing stage is when you look at your sequence with a different eye. It's less about making editorial decisions than about ensuring that your program looks and sounds its best before you present it to others. Once this has been accomplished, you are ready to output the sequence. Outputting can include creating a tape of the sequence for screening. It can also include exporting the sequence using various file formats for a variety of delivery possibilities, including the Web or DVD. Along the way, you will want to consider archiving the project and managing the project media.


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