Here is how you can export and share your video from either of Filmii’s editing modes:

Exporting from Template Mode

After you have made a video using Auto Create, an Export button will appear in the bottom right of the interface. If you are satisfied with your video, click it to open the Export window.

Filmii Auto Create Export

You will be able to name your video, choose a new resolution, and pick the file location your video will save to on your computer.

When you are finished, click Export in this window.

Filmii   Export  Window

Exporting from Advanced Editing

In Advanced Editing, click the Export button at the top of the interface when you are ready to export your video. This will open the Export menu.

Filmii Advanced Editing Mode

You will be able to name your video, choose a new resolution, and pick the file location your video will save to on your computer.

Choosing Facebook or TikTok will allow you to export with settings tailored to those platforms.

Export Settings

Clicking the gear icon under Quality option will open the Export Settings, where you will be able to make adjustments to the following export parameters.

Filmii Export Settings

Video

Resolution: how many pixels make up an image. A 1080p resolution is a grid of 1920×1080 pixels. A higher resolution generally means a sharper image, but you can’t increase the clarity of a low-resolution clip by choosing a high resolution when you export.

Frame Rate: how many frames are in one second of footage. When making a clip in slow motion you might want to choose a lower frame rate than you shot your video in.

Bit Rate: a higher bit rate generally means higher video quality, but it will also result in a larger file size.

Audio

Channel: choose between stereo, mono, and surround sound.

Sample Rate: how many samples are used in a digital audio recording. 44.1 kHz is considered a standard rate.

Bit Rate: a higher bit rate generally means higher audio quality, but it will also result in a larger file size.

After setting up, click OK to save changes, and then click Export in the window to start exporting. You can see the exporting progress in the Progress window. By default, there will be a sound reminder when the exporting finished. 

Filmii Export Progress Window


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