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Learning Anime Studio

By : Chad Troftgruben
Book Image

Learning Anime Studio

By: Chad Troftgruben

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (17 chapters)
Learning Anime Studio
About the Author
About the Reviewers

Exporting your completed project

Once you have assembled your cartoon, added audio, polished, and test viewed it, the final step is to export the entire animation.

  1. In Premiere, you can navigate to File | Export | Media (Ctrl + M on Windows and command + M on Mac) to create the file.

  2. You will have similar options present for when you export your clips from Anime Studio. As before, it's recommended that you stick to QuickTime. If you're targeting the Internet, go with H.264.

  3. This will present you with different templates, as shown in the following screenshot, some relating to YouTube, Vimeo, and so on. Going with the appropriate template (depending on the resolution of your video) should give you some pretty good results.

  4. If you want to distribute the animation in a different, high-quality fashion, H.264 offers high-quality HD exports. But, if you want to burn to DVD or Blu-ray, MPEG2 may be a good option.

  5. There are other options you can play with too. First, if you click on the Output Name field...