Apple has released updates to its iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS operating systems, as well as new versions of its Final Cut Pro video editing program, Compressor encoding tool and entry-level iMovie editing program, and Clips mobile editing app. The updates allow users to easily share videos created in their respective apps to YouTube, Facebook and Vimeo in a unified way.
Depending on the app, there are special options to adjust the aspect ratio, resolution, orientation, compression, subtitles or other settings of the video that is uploaded to one of the portals.
iMovie and Final Cut Pro already have options for sharing via YouTube and Facebook, but the entire process is now unified and streamlined with the new update. The respective updates for the various apps - Clips 3.0.1, iMovie 2.3.2 (iPad/iPhone), iMovie 10.2.2 (Mac), Final Cut Pro 10.5.1 and Compressor 4.5.1 - are available now from the App Store and Mac App Store, respectively.
And here&s how the new sharing to YouTube, Facebook or Vimeo works in Final Cut Pro ( 10.5.1 or later) according to Apple&s description:
- Select your project in the Final Cut Pro browser, click the Share button, then choose YouTube & Facebook. Or choose File > Share > YouTube & Facebook. - In the Share panel, click Info to change the clip name, description, and more. Click Settings to choose settings for resolution, compression, and subtitles. - Click Next, choose a location to save the video file, and then click Save. - Log in to your YouTube, Facebook, or Vimeo account using Safari or another web browser, and then upload the video file. You can also download the Vimeo for macOS app from the Mac App Store to upload your video to Vimeo. more infos at bei support.apple.com