Saving Instance Movies
Any instance movie can be saved as a file for presentation, archive, or distribution purposes. So, after editing a movie, you can save your work.
- Click on the movie that you want to save so that it is the front most window. When saving, the front most window will be selected by the software as the window to save.
- Choose Save from the File menu in the main menu bar. Alternatively, you can press COMMAND+S.
- Select the target save location and name the file.
- Set the required movie format from the bottom of the save window.
- Click the Save button.
SportsCode stand-alone or MoviePlayer stand alone movie formats create files that contain all the necessary data to view the movie independent of the original movie file. Since stand alone movies contain all the necessary data to be played on its own, they tend to be large files. Stand alone files are required when you wish to share the movie with other people on their computers.
SportsCode or MoviePlayer reference to original movie formats create reference files that point to original movies. Reference movies are very small in size and save very fast as they do not contain any raw video data and thus do not duplicate video data. However, the file must have access to it’s original raw movies from which it was created. If you delete the original movie, a reference movie will not play. Use reference movies to quickly assemble an edit, then save it as a stand alone when you are done.
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