Video Editing Glossary
Exporting an MP4
Exporting an MP4 is the process of saving your video project in a format that can be played on most devices. Most video editing software has an export or render option that allows you to choose the file format and quality settings. To export an MP4, follow these steps:
- Open your video project in your editing software
- Select the export or render option
- Choose MP4 as the file format
- Select the quality settings (resolution, bitrate, etc.)
- Click export and wait for the process to complete
Once the export is complete, you can upload the MP4 to a video hosting platform like YouTube or Vimeo to share it with others.
Some popular video editing software that can export MP4 files include Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, and Davinci Resolve.
For more information on exporting video files, check out this guide to export settings for video editing.
Number of Video Editing Software
There are many video editing software options available, ranging from simple mobile apps to professional-level desktop software. Some popular video editing software options include:
- Adobe Premiere Pro
- Final Cut Pro
- Davinci Resolve
- Windows Movie Maker
Each software has its own set of features and learning curve, so it’s important to research and choose the one that best fits your needs and skill level.
For more information on video editing software options, check out this list of the best video editing software.