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How to save the project and video in AVS Video Editor?

Introduction

When working with AVS Video Editor, you can face a necessity to save your project. For example, it's useful if you want to interrupt your work and resume it later. Using your saved project you will be able to modify some applied effects or save your video into a new file format very quickly. The steps below will explain you how to do that and get your resulting movie.

Step 1: Save your project

Click the Projects central button and press the Save Current Project button placed at the Start Project page:

How to save the project and the video in AVS Video Editor? Step 1

The Save Project window will appear after that, assign the directory for saving your project file in it and click the Save button:

How to save the project and the video in AVS Video Editor? Step 1

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Step 2: Assign a directory for saving your video

When you finish working on your project, you should save the video with all the changes made. You can save it either into a single file of a certain format or as a DVD. To do that click the Produce... central button:

How to save the project and the video in AVS Video Editor? Step 2

The Produce window will appear. Select a category depending on the purpose your video is intended for: you can create a video file for storing on your computer HDD, burning onto an optical drive, uploading to a portable device or a web service. The description below the buttons will help you to make the choice. Click the Next button:

How to save the project and the video in AVS Video Editor? Step 2

After pressing the Next button the window will change its appearance according to a category you choose (refer to the File, Disc, Device or Web pages of our Online Help to learn more on how to adjust the output file parameters for the selected category).

Whatever category you chose the Produce window will look the same way at the last stage. First of all, view your forthcoming video one more time using the Preview screen of that window to make certain everything is OK and input the name of your video:

How to save the project and the video in AVS Video Editor? Step 2

Then choose the directory to save your new video. To do that open the drop-down list labeled as Folder. The drop-down list includes some predetermined folders to store your file in but if you want to define your own specific folder choose the Browse option of that list:

How to save the project and the video in AVS Video Editor? Step 2

Select your directory in the appeared window and click OK:

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Step 3: Start the creation of the new video

Now give the final touch to get the resulting video and click the Create button:

How to save the project and the video in AVS Video Editor? Step 3

The Produce window will look different again and video processing and saving will start:

How to save the project and the video in AVS Video Editor? Step 3

Wait for some time until the process is complete. When it is over, you'll see other windows depending on your category choice in the Produce window. For instance, if you chose the File or Web categories that window will look like this:

How to save the project and the video in AVS Video Editor? Step 3

Now you can present your video to the audience proudly or gather your family members to experience the most exciting periods of the life together again.

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