Video Editing Glossary
Exporting an MP4
Exporting an MP4 file is a common task in video editing. MP4 is a popular video format that is widely supported by many devices and platforms. To export an MP4 file, you first need to select the appropriate export settings in your video editing software. Typically, you will need to specify the video codec, audio codec, and resolution. The video codec determines how the video is compressed, while the audio codec determines how the audio is compressed. The resolution determines the size and aspect ratio of the video.
Once you have selected the appropriate export settings, you can then export the file as an MP4. This process may vary depending on your video editing software, but typically involves selecting the export format as MP4 and specifying the file name and location.
For example, in Adobe Premiere Pro, you can export an MP4 file by selecting File > Export > Media, then selecting the H.264 codec and MP4 format in the Export Settings dialog.
Exporting an MP4 file is a straightforward process that can be accomplished with most video editing software. By following the appropriate steps and selecting the appropriate export settings, you can create high-quality MP4 files that are compatible with a wide range of devices and platforms.
For more information on exporting MP4 files, check out this guide from Adobe.