How To: Export a video made in Final Cut Express to YouTube

Export a video made in Final Cut Express to YouTube

Stuart shows you how to try to keep your higher quality video settings when uploading your tutorials and videos to YouTube. This tutorial is for people working in Final Cut Pro or Express to create movies, then do some final touches in Quicktime Pro. So check it out and see some methods to keep good video quality when uploading videos to YouTube that were made in Final Cut.

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(:-)))) love your outtakes! (:-))) maybe just try to slow down everything you do - demonstration and talking - and it will be perfectly understandable, also for non-english guys like me (touring as a soundengineer with an english band (Tiger Lillies) for years) but still having probs following your articulation ... but generally BIG THANKS!

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