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jose silva
Export High quality movies
on Jul 24, 2010 at 11:38:03 am

Hi

I want to export a video using Final Cut Pro in the highest quality is possible
doenst matter how big the file will be or how long I wll have to wait.

somebody can help me with this?


regards
José Claudio


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Jerry Hofmann
Re: Export High quality movies
on Jul 24, 2010 at 3:08:19 pm

You can't do better than what you have already in your sequence, so just export a self contained QT movie from it, and choose "current settings". This is the best you can export from FCP. This file can be played on any computer that has the codec you've edited with installed along with QuickTime.

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Sascha Engel
Re: Export High quality movies
on Jul 24, 2010 at 3:24:52 pm

Hi Jerry,

I hate to disagree, but I have to:
If the movie does not contain any graphics, titles or anything else genrated, but just pure film material you are right.
If you have Titles and things like that inside you will definately see a difference - I did dozens of tests with that cause I got really obsessed having the best output quality. And the difference between a DV Pal QT export and let's say one with Animation or 10-Bit Uncompressed or ProRes is big.
What was your original footage shot on?


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walter biscardi
Re: Export High quality movies
on Jul 24, 2010 at 3:42:39 pm

[jose silva] "I want to export a video using Final Cut Pro in the highest quality is possible
doenst matter how big the file will be or how long I wll have to wait."


Uncompressed 4:4:4 HD. Short and simple answer.

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