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Ok well I finally started taking all of my video clips and I am compiling then into a few short movies. Ive been very surprised at the ease at how Ive been able to add music, text and simple effects.

My question is how do I finalize my movie? Id like it to just be one big file, so I an burn it onto a disc. Please help, thankyou.
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Need a little more information here. When you say one big file. Are you meaing that you want each clip to play one right after the other, with no transitions.

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My movie is just a timeline still, its not one file I can click and move to a different part of my computer, or burn onto a disc. I have it all done the way I like it, and I want to burn it into a file that can viewed on any kind of computer.
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File<Burn Project to Disc
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