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A great portable way to show off your video projects is through your very own iPod.  We accomplish this by exporting movie files to iTunes first. 

First choose your sequence in the bin.  Enable all tracks for the sequence.  Mark the entire sequence in/out then right click expert render in/out.

Next, right click on the sequence in the bin and choose Export.  Choose Save As:  project_name.mov on the Desktop.  Now for your Export Setting:  Send to QT Movie, then Options.  Export As:  Quick Time Movie - Use Enabled Tracks

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We questioned Mike Willats, a member of the GeniusDV team, about how he deals with the tens of thousands of clips he uses when editing Disney projects here in Orlando, Florida.  His answer, not surprisingly was, stay organized!  Here is one method he uses:

Whether you are using Avid or Final Cut, a large portion of the battle is staying organized.
For some, this is second nature but for others it comes with a lot of arm-twisting. No matter what your style as an editor the process by which you get to the end product has several organizational elements along the way.
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