To export a clip:
- Right-click the clip to export and select Export.
In the MediaHub, you can also drag-and-drop the file from the Media panel to a location displayed in the MediaHub browser.
- Navigate to the clip's destination, using the Media Export window.
- Select an Export type and a Format Preset.
- Click Export.
Flame Premium takes a few instants to prepare the export job. Once that preparation is done, the rest of export happens in the background and frees up Flame Premium for your use.
TipSelect multiple clips (CTRL+Click or Shift+Click) to export multiple clips in one operation. Note that some timings are incompatible with some codecs, such as exporting a 30fps clip to XDCAM HD 422 (which accepts only 25fps source clips). In such cases, clips using incompatible timings are not exported.
Avid only supports OP-Atom MXF files there, and Flame Premium
exports OP1A MXF file. Use AMA MXF plug-in to bring the files into an Avid application, like you would for QuickTime files.