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    I know this is a high end VFX forum so I don’t know if most of you are having to export H.264 files form final cut, but if any of you have ever had to exporte in H.264 you know it’s butt slow.

    This is a tutorial I made that shows how a way to speed up rendering H.264 videos out of final cut pro by using MPEG Streamclip



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    I was searching a lot for a good material on final cut pro as I had to correct my paper information, so thank you for sharing some tips with others, this platform is so helpful and I am not talking only about final cut pro, it is very interesting overall.

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