Upload video from FCPX to YouTube. Final Cut Pro 10.3 Tutorial Series, part six, exporting & sharing to YouTube. This is a complete A to Z tutorial for Final Cut Pro X. Part one was about importing media. Part two is all about tagging and organizing media. Part three was making a rough cut, and part four was adding B-roll. In part five, background music and sound effects were added. This is part six, and I go over exporting video to your mac and sharing on YouTube. First I show you how to how to create a snapshot or a copy of a project , so you can go back if things take a wrong turn when editing. Then we’ll export your project to a video file playable on Mac or PC and iPhones and iPads. I’ll discuss the different settings and file types and which is right for what you need. Then I’ll show you how to share your video directly from FCPX to YouTube. An awesome feature I use all the time. New videos coming every week, so please subscribe so you don’t miss them. If you enjoy this video please like below and feel free to leave any questions in comments. I’ll do my best to answer them. Thanks for watching!

FCP 10.3 Tutorial Playlist – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaxYDlB-IB2D7A4EYiIPcj8SYwr7pgNvd

Part One – Importing Media – https://youtu.be/L24nsSxNwYw
Part Two – Organizing Media – https://youtu.be/A1yKTvnbdEQ
Part Three – The Rough Cut – https://youtu.be/Ndex7Oyfy-0
Part Four – Above the Storyline – https://youtu.be/ZuYzDeA1ZxA
Part Five – Audio & Sound Effects – https://youtu.be/k75NkNRLUnE
Part Seven – The Second Pass – https://youtu.be/SZfSpIXC9YA
Part Eight – Clip Auditions – https://youtu.be/RVq-zxbyQdI
Part Nine – Speed Effects – https://youtu.be/ZE47CfwHiQI

YouTube’s Royalty Free Music Library – https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music

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