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Exporting a copy created using the Learning Tab in Premiere Pro

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Hi there, I created a short film (complete with audio) that I'm extremely proud of using the Learning Tab (Not the Editing Tab) of Adobe Premiere Pro. I'm feeling completely computer illiterate now, as I do not understand how to convert it to an EDIT/EDITED COPY (one which I can Export to some other place). My anxiety is out of this world, as I fear losing all the progress I've made: even though that may seem to others entirely irrational. How can I convert my Learning Tab copy of my video to a serious copy that can be Exported/Made Sharable?

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Exporting a copy created using the Learning Tab in Premiere Pro

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Hi there, I created a short film (complete with audio) that I'm extremely proud of using the Learning Tab (Not the Editing Tab) of Adobe Premiere Pro. I'm feeling completely computer illiterate now, as I do not understand how to convert it to an EDIT/EDITED COPY (one which I can Export to some other place). My anxiety is out of this world, as I fear losing all the progress I've made: even though that may seem to others entirely irrational. How can I convert my Learning Tab copy of my video to a serious copy that can be Exported/Made Sharable?

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Click anywhere in the timeline to make it active.

Then go to the menu File > Export > Media . . .

and when the Export Settings pane opens, choose a file format like H.264 and a preset like YouTube 1080p Full HD, then click on the Output Name to give the file a name and choose a destination for the file.

Finally, click the Export button on the bottom right of the pane.

MtD

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