All About Sharing and Exporting Files from Final Cut Pro

Learn how to share projects, export different file types including videos, images or sequences, or edit your share settings in Final Cut Pro.

149. How to Share Project to Youtube, Vimeo, or Facebook in Final Cut Pro

Final Cut Pro has a useful feature that lets you publish your completed projects directly to YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook. Once you link your account and create a share destination, you can share your projects right in Final Cut Pro!

150. How to Share Project to Apple Devices in Final Cut Pro

Final Cut Pro includes preset Share Destinations that will optimize your exports for Apple Devices. This is great if you plan you viewing your projects on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV.

151. How to Export Master Files in Final Cut Pro

Are you done editing your Final Cut Pro project? Congratulations, it’s now time to export your video and get it ready to share! In this tutorial, we’re going to show you how to export your project as a master file.

152. How to Export Still Images in Final Cut Pro

You may need to export a single frame of your project as an image. Lucky for us, Final Cut Pro has a built-in function to export a still-image of any frame of your project! In this tutorial, we'll show you everything you need to know to export a still-image.

153. How to Export Image Sequences in Final Cut Pro

Final Cut Pro lets you easily export image sequences instead of having to export a still-image frame by frame. This can be useful if you want to create animated GIFs or bring your image sequence into other applications like Photoshop or After Effects.

154. How to Export Roles as Separate Files in Final Cut Pro

In some cases, you may need to export specific roles as their own separate files. This can be useful if you want to have a separate media file for your background sound effects, for example. Or maybe you want to export a separate caption file? Whatever the case may be, we'll show you how to export your selected roles as separate files.

155. How to Create Share Destinations in Final Cut Pro

When exporting your project, you may not have some options listed in your share menu by default. You may need to create a new share destination and add it to your menu. We'll show you exactly how to do this, as well as how to adjust your destination settings so that you don't have to adjust them every time.

Last modified: Tuesday, 18 Jan 2022, 23:30