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Polina Uli
final cut file exported to a .mov file, gets interruptions in Quicktime player?
on Apr 8, 2013 at 5:08:41 pm

Hi))

Hope somebody out there can help.. here a quick breafe:

I have made a slideshow as a videoclip in final cut. The outcome
is a video in formate .mov and when I try to play it in Quicktime player the
sound and the images gets interrupted.
Maybe some trouble in the export??

Question: How can I export so that the file is easy to watch and be placed in youtube?
(now it is also heavy, 2GB..

Glad for advice))
/ polina


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Shane Ross
Re: final cut file exported to a .mov file, gets interruptions in Quicktime player?
on Apr 8, 2013 at 6:11:20 pm

[Polina Uli] "I have made a slideshow as a videoclip in final cut."

Out of what...stills? Any video in there? If so, what format?

[Polina Uli] " The outcome
is a video in formate .mov"


That's a container. .MOV simply means that it is a Quicktime file. What CODEC did you export as?

If you want it to go on YouTube...export a Quicktime Movie, self contained. Bring that into Compressor, and use the YouTube preset. Upload the result to YouTube.

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Polina Uli
Re: final cut file exported to a .mov file, gets interruptions in Quicktime player?
on Apr 9, 2013 at 11:01:29 am

Thanks for answering!))) Here is a bit more info:

The clip contains 70 stills (jpg 600 x 600 px, 72 dpi). No video. And a music track.
When I export the file it gets to heavy... (2 GB). So, my questions are:

1) When I export in "save as", what shall I choose in "Format" and "Use"
2) What do I chose "settings" (Compression Settings and so on..)
The goal is to get a light enough file in a good quality way for youtube and projection on a wall..

From "a bit confused in the formate jungle..." ))


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Shane Ross
Re: final cut file exported to a .mov file, gets interruptions in Quicktime player?
on Apr 9, 2013 at 4:23:05 pm

[Polina Uli] "When I export the file it gets to heavy... (2 GB)."

Video tends to do that. It has a higher data rate than photos.

[Polina Uli] "1) When I export in "save as", what shall I choose in "Format" and "Use""


No, you don't do it that way. FCP works differently than Photshop. What you do first is export the full res version (what are your Sequence Settings?) by going FILE>EXPORT>QUICKTIME MOVIE. Make it self contained, and do not recompresss...and use the Sequence Settings. That's your master.

You take that into COMPRESSOR, look for the QUicktime 7 Streaming options...drag on the H.264 LAN settings one, and hit SUMBIT.

Shane
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