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Lesson 8. Creating a Title > Exporting the movie

Exporting the movie

Now let's export the project into a QuickTime movie for the Internet.

1.
Click the Timeline title bar to activate it.

2.
Choose File > Export > Movie; then click Settings.

3.
Choose QuickTime for the File Type and Entire Project for the Range.

4.
Make sure that Export Video and Open When Finished are selected, and that Export Audio is not selected. Then click Next.

5.
Choose Cinepak for Compressor.

6.
Make sure the Frame Rate is set to 15 fps. This frame rate is lower than most movies because you want to maintain the best playback quality without making the file too big for playback from the Internet.

7.
Click Limit Data Rate to select it, and then type 500 in the K/sec text box. Limiting the data rate creates a file that requires fewer resources to play, thus enabling it to play back at a higher quality from a variety of systems.

8.
Click OK.

9.
Type Otto.mov for the name, then click Save (Windows) or OK (Mac OS) to export the file.

A progress bar appears, reporting the time remaining, and then the movie opens in a separate Clip window.

10.
Click the Play button in the player window to view your animation.


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