This article covers how to export your presentation or download your video from mmhmm TV and mmhmm Studio. Read below to learn more.
Note: You can share or export up to five (5) videos per month on mmhmm unless you upgrade to mmhmm Premium or mmhmm for Teams. Exporting your recording to an MP4 file on your computer using mmhmm Studio counts towards the five (5) video-per-month limit.
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Download your presentation as a video
Navigate to mmhmm TV and click on My videos on the left-hand side of the screen.
Select the vertical ellipsis button on the thumbnail of the video you want to download. Then, click on the Edit Details button.
Next to the title of your video, click on the ellipsis button to reveal a dropdown menu. In this menu, click on Download video file.
Choose where you want your video to be saved, and click Save. Your video will be saved as an .mp4 file.
To export your video as an MP4 file on Mac, follow the steps below:
Click Share in the mmhmm Studio slide tray and then Export File...
Name your video, select where you want to save it, choose your export resolution, then click Save. We recommend using the highest resolution when exporting (1080p) so your video plays back with the highest quality. Keep in mind that the higher the resolution, the larger the file size will be.
Optionally, you may choose to include the mmhmm bumper, which will show the mmhmm logo at the end of your video:
Click Save to export the video to your computer.
Export your presentation as an mmhmm archive file
mmhmm archive files allow you to save and export your mmhmm presentations so you can open and edit them on other computers running mmhmm Studio. You can also share mmhmm archives with others.
Click Presentations in the top left-hand corner of mmhmm Studio to open the presentation library.
Right-click on your desired presentation to open the following menu and click Save as Archive.
Give your archive file a name and click Save. Optionally, you can choose to include unused takes in your archive file.
Click here to learn how to import mmhmm archive files.
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