How to Export more than one video in Final Cut Pro at the same time, AKA Batch Export.

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Batch Export allows you to export more than one video in Final Cut Pro at the same time, saving you a bunch of time.  Feel free to thank me. 🙂

Make sure all your sequences are rendered (with no red lines: Command R or Sequence > Render Selection > Both), then add your IN and OUT points by pressing I for IN and O for OUT.

Then select all your sequences in your browser, right click > Batch Export.

You can adjust your settings and choose where you wish to save all your exports at once.

-Set Destinations (Where you want your file to be), Hit Choose.

-Format (The pull down menu allows you to select different video formats.)

-Settings (Know where your videos are going to be played before you export so you have the correct export settings.)

-Naming (The naming option allows you to change/add file extensions. You really don’t need to change this, in fact I really don’t know when you would use this. If you know, feel free to share with me.)

-Include  (Audio and Video, Make self-contained if you want your video to be able to be played on a different computer with out your supporting files, use item IN/OUT.

4. Now you are ready to Export.

Knowing how to Batch Export will allow you to work smart. Yay!

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  2. Enrique Gil says:

    My canvas contains several edits or edited segments that I need to export separately as MOV’s. Is there any batch export feature I could use to make this. Exporting 80 of this segment will take me forever. Any help?

    1. Monica Briano says:

      Sure. make each segment a sequences. Its called nesting, you can do this by going to the SEQUENCE>NEST ITEMS. Then in your browser window it will create sequences then follow the steps by right clicking and batch export.

    1. Monica says:

      From my memory it renders it before it exports but the redline comes back once its done exporting into a .mov. I’m even tempted to say that strange things happen to the frames when I tried to export w out rendering.

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