Bestselling apps now free: http://bit.ly/free-apps-today Final Cut Pro X has simplified and diversified the ways in which you can export your videos, making it easier to get your videos up on the web, as well as to other people via email. In older version of Final Cut Pro, you would have just navigated to the top menu bar and clicked File -- Export to export your videos to various formats. However, this method is no longer available in Final Cut Pro X. Instead, navigate to the top menu bar and click Share. You'll see many different sharing and exporting options, including Email. This will reveal a dialog box with a few Options to choose from. The first thing you can choose is the Size of the video you're going to export for emailing purposes.? Since emails can only support a certain amount of bandwidth and information, you want to keep your size Small. You can choose Medium or Large?if you wish, but generally email attachments larger than 10 MB are not recommended. The other option you can choose is either a Better quality Compression or a Faster encode Compression. Under the Advanced tab, you can set up Background Rendering or Send the video to Compressor. The Summary tab will tell you about the file itself, including the name of the file, its type, how big it's supposed to be, its audio settings, the audio sample rate, and the width, height and frame rate of the video. When you're ready, click Compose Message to automatically open your computer's mail program so you can send an email. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/master-final-cut-pro-x/finishing-your-project/export-to-e-mail//
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