|Aug 8, 2012, 06:49 PM||#1|
Final Cut Express Exporting Best Quality, Smallest Size?
I'm brand new, so please excuse any forum-faux-pas.
Here's the skinny: I've edited some HD (720p) videos on Final Cut Express, and now I need to export them. Unfortunately, I can't figure out how to do it with any quality. And if I do export with quality, the file is HUGE.
I have movies (hollywood) on my hard drive that are two hours long, look great, and are under a gig. Yet when I export my 10min video with Final Cut, it's either huge (read 3gigs) or stupid-small (read 30megs) and looks like total garbage.
So here's what I'm looking for a ten-minute video:
What settings should I be exporting at? Should I be using a external software (aka mpegstreamclip)?
Thank you for the help!!!
To the left, "Export Quicktime Movie" - 10min long, 3 gigs in size
To the right "Export Using Quicktime Conversion" to mpeg - 10min long, 52megs in size
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