LONDON (CMC): Usain Bolt’s impressive performance in track and field this year has landed him yet another international sports nomination. The Jamaican superstar is one of six athletes nominated for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC’s) Overseas Sports Personality of the Year 2015. The award recognises the overseas athlete who has made the most contribution to sport this year and will be presented at the annual BBC Sports Personality of the Year award ceremony on December 20. Bolt’s exploits this year include victory in the men’s 100m and 200m at the World Championships in Beijing after recovering from injuries. The public in the United Kingdom is being invited to cast their votes to decide on the overseas athlete of the year for the first time in the history of the annual awards. Athletes competing for the award are Usain Bolt (athletics), Jamaica; Dan Carter (rugby union), New Zealand; Novak Djokovic (tennis), Serbia; Katie Ledecky (swimming), USA; Jordan Spieth (golf), USA; and Serena Williams (tennis), USA. Just last week, Bolt missed out on the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Male Athlete of the Year award for 2015, an event he has won five times.
Inter Milan star Ivan Perisic Paris Saint-Germain are hoping to gazump Manchester United in their move for Inter Milan star Ivan Perisic.Reports in Italy have suggested that the Croatian winger is all set to join United in a mega-money switch from Serie A.Perisic is said to have already agreed personal terms with the Old Trafford club, who are willing to double his current £50,000-per-week wage.But now, according to Sport Mediaset, PSG are exploring the possibility of a late move to land Perisic.READ MORE: Manchester United transfer target Ivan Perisic confirms shock switchUnited and Inter are still yet to agree on a fee with the Serie A giants insisting on £44million, while the English side are so far only willing to stretch to £35m.Now PSG believe they may still have a chance of nicking Perisic from under United’s nose by stumping up the asking price.And it just so happens that the French club’s sporting director Antero Henrique is already in Milan on business so is perfectly placed to meet Inter about a deal. 1
Now that your edit is complete and ready for delivery, there’s one step left. Exporting a finished video with Premiere Pro is a required skill in any edit. Getting StartedTo export a video in Premiere Pro, go to File>Export>Media. You could also press the shortcut key Ctrl + M on PC, or Cmd + M on Mac. Make sure the sequence you want to export is selected when you do this.This will bring up your Export Settings window. In this window, you’ll select your desired settings (or presets) for the video, before sending it to Media Encoder for exporting.Decide on a DestinationThe first thing to think about when exporting a video is where the video will be delivered and how it’ll be viewed. Are you going to upload to YouTube and Vimeo? Compressing down the video so you can send it easily to a client? Or are you exporting a hi-res master version for presentation? The delivery destination is very important on deciding what the settings need to be. There are loads of useful presets already installed with Premiere Pro and Media Encoder. You can use these presets to quickly choose settings for your exported file.If you want to bypass these custom settings and export with the EXACT settings of your sequence, you can select Match Sequence Settings at the top. That’ll change your export settings to exactly match your sequence settings. Although, I don’t recommend this because most delivery destinations require codecs other than your common editing or intermediate codec. 4. Save Your Favorite SettingsIf you find yourself using a custom setting frequently, you can save your export settings as a new preset. Click the Save Preset button next to the preset dropdown in the export window. You can then name the preset whatever you like. Now you can use that saved preset in the future.As you can see, exporting a finished video from Premiere Pro is super easy and very customizable. Want to streamline your exporting even more? You can also add additional output files from the same source sequence in Media Encoder — very useful for creating different file types and sizes of the same video.Want more tips for using Premiere Pro? Check these out.15 Premiere Pro Tutorials Every Video Editor Should WatchQuick and Easy Compositing Tips for Adobe Premiere Pro15 FREE Camera Shake Presets for After Effects and Premiere ProHow to Properly Pancake Timelines in Adobe Premiere ProThe 3 Easiest Ways to Cut Clips in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 1. Select a FormatThe best setting for web playback is the H.264 codec. So, we’ll select our format as H.264. That is also the most common codec for video exports through Premiere. For eighty to ninety percent of your exports, you’ll be using H.264.We’ll select a preset that matches our sequence and desired output. Our sequence is 1080p with a frame rate of 23.976 fps.2. Check Your SettingsClick the output name to specify an output name for the exported video file. To learn more about properly naming a file, check out this article. Make sure that Export Video and Export Audio are both checked so the file has both video and audio.If you feel comfortable with changing settings to make them more customizable, you can do so in this window. Here’s my recommended settings for most of my videos exported in Premiere:Click the Render at Maximum Depth box.Change the Bitrate Encoding Settings to VBR, 2 Pass, then drag your Target Bitrate to your selected file size. The size will be shown at the bottom of the window. Make your Maximum Bit Rate double the Target Bit Rate.3. Select from Export OptionsNow, you can select one of two Premiere Pro export options: Queue or Export.Selecting Queue will send you to Media Encoder, with the sequence added to a queue.Then, all you have to do is press the green play button at the top to start the export. This is good if you want to add multiple Premiere Pro sequences to export at the same time. This also allows you to continue working in Premiere Pro while Media Encoder exports in the background. This is the method of exporting I use most often.Selecting Export simply exports the sequence right from that window. You won’t be able to use Premiere Pro while it’s exporting this way.That’s it! You just exported your finished video. Exporting in Premiere ProFor this example, we’ll be exporting from Premiere Pro to upload to YouTube. Premiere Pro also has presets for both YouTube and Vimeo that’ll export your project in the best recommended settings for both. However, for this example, we’re going to be exporting with custom settings.
0Shares0000Real Madrid fans celebrate at the Santiago Bernabeu after the club’s latest Champions League triumph © AFP / GABRIEL BOUYSMADRID, Spain, May 27 – Tens of thousands of Real Madrid supporters erupted in delight at the club’s Santiago Bernabeu stadium after Saturday’s 3-1 Champions League final victory over Liverpool in Kiev.Familiar chants of “Campeones, campeones” rang out at the final whistle after Real fans flocked to the ground to watch the match which was broadcast on eight giant screens at the Bernabeu. “We’re the best club in Europe, we’re the best club in the world, we’re the best club in history, we are Real Madrid!” shouted the stadium announcer, as the Spanish giants won a record-extending 13th European Cup.The club’s “decimotercera” moved them six titles clear of second-placed AC Milan in the competition’s all-time honours list, after lifting the trophy for a remarkable fourth time in five seasons.Frenchman Zinedine Zidane also became the first coach to win three consecutive Champions League crowns, despite having spent less than three years at the helm.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)