Exporting a Final Cut Pro Project and Its Linked Media Assets
You can export a Final Cut Pro project asset and all its linked media assets in one process.
To export a copy of a Final Cut Pro project and its linked media assets
Control-click the asset, then choose Export from the shortcut menu.
The Export Final Cut Pro window appears.
In the Export Final Cut Pro window, choose a location to save the exported Final Cut Pro
project file and its linked media files to by clicking the Choose button and identifying a
location in the file browser.
Exporting, Archiving, and Deleting Completed Assets and Projects
Do one of the following:
• If the Edit Proxy feature has not been turned on: Original media will be used by default.
• If the Edit Proxy feature has been turned on: Choose Original Media or Edit Proxy from
the Use pop-up menu. This defines the media type that will be exported.
Select the Keep Media with Project checkbox to include the media files in the export.
If you don’t select the Keep Media with Project checkbox, only the Final Cut Pro
project asset is exported.
Click the Export button.
A copy of the project is exported to the location you specified in the Export Final Cut Pro
Note: After export, the project and media files are no longer tracked by Final Cut Server.