In this lesson our instructor talks about exporting your video. First, he discusses single frame exporting, master copy exporting, and using dynamic link. Then he talks about output to videotape and the project manager.
When you need a single frame for promotional work or as a still
Master Copy Exporting
Used to make a Master Copy, usually in uncompressed form, that can be used later to recreate the entire program without image loss
Usually in DPX form, with wave audio
Allows you to record a complete program onto videotape for use in a broadcast setting
Be sure to render before you export to avoid stuttering
Using Dynamic Link
To use your project in Adobe Encore or Adobe SpeedGrade
The Project Manager can be used to collect up all the assets used in your project and place them in a single place so you can back them up without missing any pieces
Exporting Your Video
Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.
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