Select the sequence you want to export.
How to use export mode in Premiere Pro
Export completed videos quickly and easily by focusing on content destinations. You can use the optimized render settings for popular social platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook or Twitter. Or, you can use the advanced settings to customize your exports.
Export mode uses the currently selected sequence or clip as the source if the Project panel has focus. Multiple selections are also supported, but with some limitations:
If other panels have focus, Export mode uses the front-most open sequence in the Timeline panel as a source.
You can also choose File > Export > Media or use the Cmd/Ctrl + M shortcut to switch to Export Mode.
The export workflow moves from left to right. Start by selecting a destination for your video from the choices in the left-hand column, such as YouTube, Vimeo, or your local drive (Media File).
Premiere Pro presents optimized export settings based on your destination.
Accept the default H.264 preset or choose a different preset from the Preset menu. You can also customize your export settings and save your own custom presets.
While individual settings are available for all export parameters, Match Source presets are often the best option. These are adaptive presets which use the same frame size, frame rate, and so on, as your source sequence. Choose the High Bitrate preset to export a video at high quality.
Use the Preview window to preview, scrub, and playback your media before export, set a custom duration, and control how the source video fits within the output frame if exporting to a different frame size.
To export using Adobe Media Encoder, click Send to Media Encoder. This launches Adobe Media Encoder and adds a new item to the Queue panel for each destination.
Want to quickly export an H264 file in just a few clicks? Try Quick export.