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Exporting Video - Pro Tools 9

SALE TODAY: Learn Piano on iOS If you're using Pro Tools to work on the audio for a move, short film, television show or other video-based format, you're eventually most likely going to want to export a finished version of your project. To do so, select the video clip/project you would like to export, navigate to the top menu bar and click on File -- Bounce to -- QuickTime Movie in an open Pro Tools video session. Make sure the Bounce Source is the same in the Bounce dialog box as it is in your mix window. It should be something like OUT 1-2 (Stereo).? Also, be sure the Format is Stereo and the Sample Rate is 48 kHz. The Conversion Quality should be set to the slowest setting to yield the highest quality. Click Bounce when you're done. Choose where you want to save the file and name it. Read more by visiting our page at:
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