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Outputting and sharing a production
After you have completed your production, you have the option of outputting it in a variety of file formats or uploading it to YouTube or Facebook.
To upload your production to the Web:
1 Choose Output > Share Online.
2 Follow the on-screen instructions.
To output your production:
1 Choose Output > Export As.
The Make Movie dialog box appears, displaying options for the type of files you can output to.
2 Select a Purpose from the drop-down list that matches how you want to output your production.
3 Choose a video standard: NTSC or PAL. Choose Both if you want to display both the NTSC and the PAL settings templates in the Video file quality drop-down list. Click Help to learn more about video standards.
4 If you have created a 3D production, choose a 3D Video Format. In most cases, if you will be viewing it on a standard display, choose Anaglyph (Red/Cyan). If you are not sure of the correct format, consult the documentation provided with your 3D-compatible display or video card.
5 Choose the settings, or create new settings for your production.
6 In the File name text box, type a name for your production.
Tip: To save the production in a location other than the one shown, click Browse.
7 Click Create Video File to generate your production.
8 Click Close to close the dialog box.
9 If you are outputting to a Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP), after generating the movie, you must copy it to your PSP memory stick. Follow these steps:
a Connect the PSP to a USB port on your computer using a USB cable. (Select the “USB Connection” option in the Settings on your PSP.)
b After your computer detects the PSP, copy the generated movie files into the 100ANV01 folder (which stores H.264 [AVC]-encoded files), located in the root folder (MP_ROOT) of the PSP memory stick. Make sure that the file names are in the format MAQxxxxx.mp4, where xxxxx is a 5-digit number that is greater than 0. (Be sure to use the correct folder structure and file names, so that the device can detect and play the video files.)
c Press Back on the PSP to break the USB connection.
d To view the movies, navigate to the movie file on the memory stick.
Note: The video files will not be supported if you copy them to the 100MNV01 folder. This folder only handles MP4 files with an MPEG-4 video stream, not an AVC video stream.
Note: Productions that include files imported from a TiVo device can be output or shared at a maximum picture size of 640x480.