You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to demonstrate how to export your video once you've finished editing it in Premiere Pro 2015.
Click "File" in the menu along the top of the window
In the menu, move the cursor to "Export"
In the expanded menu that appears, click "Media..."
The keyboard shortcut for this task is "command" + "M" on your Mac. After clicking "Media", you will see the full video.
You can scroll through the video by clicking and dragging the playhead along the bottom
You can also trim the exported video.
If you don't want to export the entire video, you can click and drag the triangles located at both ends
This will let you export a portion of the video. For this demonstration, let's export the full-length clip. The export menu appears on the right side of the screen.
Click the "Format" drop-down menu
This will let you change the encoding format. "H.264" is a common compression format. Choose a format by clicking it.
Click the "Preset" drop-down menu
This will reveal various presets for the Amazon, Android, Apple TV, Vimeo, YouTube, etc.
For this tutorial, let's click the "YouTube 1080p HD" preset
You can also tweak the selected preset by clicking the "Effects" tab
The "Effects" panel is located in the middle of the window.
You can check "Image Overlay" to add it to the video
Next, you can click the "Video" tab
You can change the frame rate
The lower the value, the smaller the file and the choppier the video.
Click the "Aspect" drop-down menu
Select a value. In this video, some aspect ratios are previewed by using the mouse wheel. Let's keep the "YouTube 1080p HD" preset for this video.
Click the "Preset" drop-down menu
Click "YouTube 1080p HD" to reset the settings
Click the "Audio Format" drop-down menu
Click the "Sample Rate" drop-down menu
Note that lowering the sample rate will decrease the file size. Your estimated file size is shown at the bottom of the window.
You can check options to publish the video directly to YouTube, Vimeo, Creative Cloud, or an FTP site
Fill out the details for the checked accounts
Once you've configured all of the settings within the "Export Settings" menu, click "Queue" to launch the Adobe Media Encoder
"Queue" is the blue button located at the bottom of the window.
Alternatively, click "Export" to save the video as a file that is set up in the "Output Name" field.
If you want to change the file name, you can click the "Output Name" field
Then, you can change the file location and file name
The file name is in the "Save As" field. If you click "Export", the encoded file will go directly to that location.
If you click "Queue", Adobe Media Encoder will be launched
There, you can queue up several files to be processed in the background.
When you're ready for encoding, click the play button
The files in the queue will begin being processed. At the bottom of the screen, you can see the status bar as well as the elapsed time and the time remaining to encode the video file.
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