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  • Sat, Oct 16 2010 7:44 PM

    • Kevin Thompson
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    Ripping a sequence part and exporting as .mov

    I have been shooting some talking heads accompanying a power point presentation.

    I deliver them via Adobe Presenter.

    My workflow within MC is:

    Put the talking head in a sequence (V1). And sync up a shot from a second camera (V2) that tells me when they changed their power point slide.

    I then scoot along the timeline and add edits to V1.

    Then, Adobe Presenter requires that I export the pieces of V1 and load them individually to each slide within MS powerpoint.

    Is there a way to automate the export process? Currently I mark the clip and go to the file menu.

    A sequence with 50 edits. Export 50 .mov files for use in Adobe Presenter.

    Any suggestions and advise appreciated.

     

    Kevin

     

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  • Sat, Oct 16 2010 8:14 PM In reply to

    • TCurren
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    Re: Ripping a sequence part and exporting as .mov

    Do your add edits. Then use the "MArk in & Out" key to select a section. Then use the "Create Subclip" button which will create an individual sequence with just that shot. When done, select all those sequences and export as a batch.

     

     

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  • Sat, Oct 16 2010 8:38 PM In reply to

    • Kevin Thompson
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    Re: Ripping a sequence part and exporting as .mov

    Thank you, that is precisely what I wanted to do.

    If i may explain I have come back to MC after 12 years (I used to use MCXpress), out of the industry, I couldn't find the subclip button.

    You made me look harder, and saved me hours. Now it's a walk away Job :)

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