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    Export clip

    Export clips in the editing area of the editing screen.

    1. Select [Export all clips] in the editing area.
      • To export only the selected clip, select the clip in the editing area, and then select [Export selected clips] in the [Export all clips] pull-down menu.
        To select multiple clips to export, first select [Multiple select] in the editing area.
      Editing screen with corrected clips in the editing area. The [Export all clips] button in the editing area is highlighted.
    2. In the Export clip dialog, enter a name in [Zip file name for download (required)], specify a Save location, and select [Export].
      • [Zip file name for download (required)] is not displayed unless there are multiple clips.
      • Files are saved to the cloud before they are downloaded to your device when [Save to cloud + Download to device] is selected in the Save location pull-down menu.
      • If the video includes proxy movies, select whether to replace them with original movies at the step of exporting. Q&A - Using proxy movies and replacing with the original movies
      • Any unsupported original movies that are imported cannot be used to replace proxy movies before exporting. Before exporting, either clear [Replace proxy movies with original movies before export] or remove the original movies you imported.
      • By selecting [Change the file name] you can add a Prefix or Suffix (up to 40 characters each). To have a number added before original file name, select [3 digits] in the Numbering pull-down menu. Clips selected for exporting in the editing area are numbered sequentially, starting in the upper left.
        File names can be up to 100 characters, including the original file name, any Prefix or Suffix, the 3 digits number, and the file extension. If the file name exceeds 100 characters, characters are removed from the original file name, starting from the end, so that the name does not exceed 100 characters when the file is exported.
      • Dialog details vary depending on the clip exported.
      • Exporting begins at this point if all original movies have been imported, if there are no proxy movies, or if you are exporting proxy movies. Skip steps 3–4 and go to step 5.
    3. To replace proxy movies with original movies at the step of exporting, select [Export after importing the original movies] in the confirmation dialog.
      • To start exporting with proxy movies, select [Export as is]. Skip step 4 and go to step 5.
    4. Following the instructions in the dialog, select the location where the original movies are stored.
      • Files in your specified folder and subfolders at that level are automatically found and imported.
      • If the original movies are in multiple folders, repeat this step and switch to the other folders.
      • Original movies cannot be imported automatically if you have renamed either the proxy movies or the original movies. Use [Import video] on the editing screen to specify and import the original movies.
      This device
      Use the file manager (File Explorer or Finder) on your computer to select a folder.
      On a tablet, if you select multiple files as candidates for the original movies, only the files in your selection that are needed will be automatically imported.
      Creators' Cloud storage
      Select a folder in Creators' Cloud, and then select [Add].
      • This operation uses an amount of cloud storage space corresponding to the file size, as the files are duplicated in the cloud.
      • For Creators' Cloud Web details, see the following page.
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      Exporting begins after all original movies used for exporting have been imported.
      If any original movies are missing, the confirmation dialog in step 3 is displayed again.Select the folders again.

    5. Continue using the service as needed.

      The Export status dialog is displayed after exporting begins.

      • If you have imported original movies by selecting [Export after importing the original movies] in step 3, exporting is canceled if you close the dialog before the original movies have been imported.

      Clips can be downloaded together in a zip archive after they are exported.
      Export status dialog. A–D are in the upper left, followed by E–H in the center at left and I at right.

      Files being exported

      • A. Exporting status: Shows Waiting..., In preparation..., or Exporting....
      • B. Zip file name(when multiple clips are exported) / file name (when a single clip is exported)
      • C. Export progress indicator: Progress is indicated on the progress bar.
      • D. Cancel: Cancel exporting and return to editing screen.

      Exported files

      • E. Thumbnails of exported files
      • F. Export date and number of clips
      • G. (Download): Download the .zip file (when multiple clips are exported) / file (when a single clip is exported) to your computer or tablet.
        (waiting to download) is displayed while files are saved to the cloud if you have selected [Save to cloud + Download to device] for Save location in the Export clip dialog.
      • H. (Delete): Delete file.
      • I. Preview
        • (playback position): To move the playback position, either drag the icon on the seek bar or select your preferred position on the seek bar.
        • (Playback)
        • (Pause)
        • (Clip advance): Go to the next clip
        • (Clip reverse): Go to the previous clip
        • (Volume):After selection, changes to (mute). Select (mute) again to unmute.
      • The Export status dialog can also be accessed from the editing, project management, or file management screen.
      • Exported clips are saved as separate files after correction, preserving the original files you imported.

    Download the file to your computer or tablet and extract it to your preferred location. Then use non-linear editing software such as Catalyst to finish editing, just as you edit video files recorded as usual with your camera.