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Exporting directly to YouTube from Final Cut Pro

Check out this short video tutorial on how to export directly to YouTube or a Blu Ray DVD from Final Cut Pro.

It's easy to directly upload to YouTube within Final Cut Pro 7.0.

To do this, navigate to the file menu and select share.

Within the share dialogue box, pull down this menu to select YouTube.

If you press the plus sign, you can add additional outputs.

For example, let's say you wanted to publish a Blue Ray DVD. or publish a movie to your ipod.

Click on the publish to YouTube button.

A sliding dialogue box will appear prompting you for your YouTube account information.

Go ahead and enter your YouTube username and Password.

Give your video a description, and then give your YouTube a tag.

If you do not want your YouTube video publicly available right away, press the Make this movie private button.

Then press the export button.

The great thing about using the 'share' feature instead of a straight export, is that you can continue working within Final Cut Pro on another sequence or project.

After the export is done, you can then go straight to YouTube, and view your uploaded video.

For other great tips like this, or to enroll in a Final Cut Pro training course, visit GeniusDV.com
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