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How to Export QuickTime Movies from your NLE - Part 2

Here are the settings you need to use to export your QuickTime Movie for compression for Web. Under the Video Section go into the Settings section. Now to clarify this tutorial the goal of this exercise is not to make a video that you will be able to take and place instantly on the web. The goal is to export a QuickTime video file from your non-linear editor that you can then take into your video compression application. You'll get much better results that way. One added benefit of this process is if you need to you can encode you videos again in the future using the better codecs.

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Now go into the Video section and choose the Settings button and choose DV-NSTC, DV/DVCPro-NTSC, MJPEGA, MJPEGB or PhotoJPEG from the Pop-up menu at the top. Choose Best for the Quality setting. Under the Motion section make sure Key frame every, Limit data rate and Frames have nothing selected. After you make your selections click OK.

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Now that you are back in the Movie Settings dialog windows click the size button under the Video settings

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Then select Use custom size and make the size Width= 320 and Height =240 . If you need a larger frame size for your video choose Width= 400 and Height =300 for your frame size. If you might need to re-encode the video you are exporting in the future you can keep the video at its original frame size.

Related links:

How to Export QuickTime Movies from your NLE - Part 1

How to Export QuickTime Movies from your NLE - Part 3

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How to Export QuickTime Movies from your NLE - Part 1 was the previous entry in this blog.

How to Export QuickTime Movies from your NLE - Part 3 is the next entry in this blog.

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