Get Started on Mac
New Features of Mac
Creating New Projects
Importing & Recording
Video Editing on Mac
- Borders on Mac
- Speech to text/text to speech on Mac
- Apply Transforming for Mac
- Compositing on Mac
- Stabilize video on Mac
- Motion Tracking on Mac
- Green screen on Mac
- Lens correction on Mac
- Crop and zoom on Mac
- Mosaic on Mac
- PIP (picture in picture) on Mac
- Mask on Mac
- Video snapshot on Mac
- Play video in reverse on Mac
- Split screen on Mac
- Split & cut videos on Mac
- Using Face-Off Effect
- Change speed on Mac
- Freeze frame on Mac
- Applying Drop Shadow for Mac
- Auto enhance on Mac
Color Editing on Mac
Audio Editing on Mac
Animation Editing on Mac
Speed Editing on Mac
AI Editing on Mac
Improving Performance& Troubleshooting
Export Video to Local Computer
Here is how to export and share your finished video in various type of Formats:
To export your video to your computer, click the “Export” button and choose the “Local” tab. Then, select the format you want to export in. Currently, Filmora supports the following formats: WAV, MP4, AVI, MOV, F4V, MKV, TS, MPEG-2, WebM, GIF, AV1 MP4, MP3, GoPro CineFrom and more as shown below.
After selecting the output format, you can rename the video and change the location on your computer where you want to save it. You can also check the output resolution, frame rate, size, and duration before you export. To change your export settings (i.e. resolution, bit rate, and frame rate) click the “SETTINGS” button.
In the Settings window, there are three quality levels: Lower, Recommend and Higher. The only difference between them is the Bit Rate. You can easily adjust this or other parameters, such as Resolution, and Frame Rate in this window.
It is best to export your video with the same settings as your original video.
When you’re finished adjusting your export settings, press “Apply” to save them. Then, after you have closed the Settings window, press the “Export” button in the Export window.
Note: The size of the video depends on the length of the project and the bit rate. If the file size looks too big, you can try changing the bit rate in the Settings window to make it smaller.
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