Exporting Videos

Hey, everybody, it’s Craig here. In this video tutorial, I’m gonna show you how to export your finished video.

HOW TO EXPORT YOUR VIDEO

So once you have finished designing your video you’re going to export it using this. Make button right here. Now you have a save button and a make button so I want you to think of this the same way that you would think about printing a document on a printer. You can click the save button in your word processor using google docs or Microsoft word, for example. You can click save, and that’s going to save your progress. But when you want the actual document, you click print. Right? And if you make changes and click save, that is not going to be on your printed documents, so you have to reprint and video is the same thing. Basically, if you want to have the changes you’ve made appear on your video, clicking save is not enough.

You’re going to have to click the make button again, so just remember, click save when you want to save your progress, and when you’re ready to make your final video you’re going to click the make button and when you click that right here in this export area, you’re going to see a progress bar here, and that progress bar is gonna tell you how long it takes to create your video. On average, you can expect it to take about a minute for every minute of video you have. So if you have a three-minute video, it will probably take you about three minutes to create your finished video. Those times can change based on a few factors, like how big and file size your original video was what type of countdown you chose. So there are a few factors that might skew those times a little bit, but that’s basically, generally how long it’s gonna take.

So that’s how you can export your finished video. And if you have any questions, definitely post them in the help desk would be happy to help you. And other than that, I will see you on another video tutorial

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