Exporting for Screenings

If you are submitting for a DCP, you will need to provide the post team with an uncompressed file. Codecs like Apple ProRes and DNxHR are ideal. Compressed codecs like H.264 can not be accepted. Below, you'll find instructions to help export in the proper format.

Premiere Pro

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Check your sequence settings!

Confirm that you are using your intended resolution, frame rate, and Audio Settings in your sequence settings before we move on to your export settings. (Note: your resolution and frame rate may vary from those in the screenshots)

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Once you confirm your sequence settings, we can export.

Navigate to the Export Tab

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Name your file. Please note that submission files should include your name and the name of the film.

Choose a location where your exported file will be saved. 

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Format: Quicktime

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Open the "Video" Dropdown

Video Codec: Apple ProRes 422

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Double-check the rest of your video settings. If these are grayed out, it means they are matching your sequence settings. 

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Click 'export'

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