Filmora Export Problem | How to fast Export video in Filmora Video Editor

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Exporting/Rendering any video slow is Filmora major problem. Many people search for its solution on the internet. Now you do not need to worry about it because we will tell you how to fast export video in Filmora Video Editor.

Exporting any video slow is Filmora major problem. When we edit our movie with full attention then we need to render it. When we save our video then a problem occurs when its take too much memory as well as time. This is a very big problem because we have not much time to wait too much. We also cannot skip this step because this is important, Then what to do?. You do not need to worry we will help you to render your video fast with a great setting. Let’s start by watching the video.

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If you do not want to watch the video you can skip this step and scroll down for more detail. If you’re new to Filmora then take a look at its overview.

How to fast export video in Filmora video editor

To render your video fast within no time just follow the steps which we tell you. When your editing is end and video is ready for export then simple click on Export button.

Click on Export button to save your video
Click on Export button to save your video

When you click on export than a prompt will appear called Output. Now it has options like Format, Video Location and Video title etc. You just need to click on Settings. Again a prompt will appear which contains the settings for the output of video. Here you will see 3 main categories of Quality, Video and Audio. Let first understand what these means


The quality session will tell you which position you want to keep for your video Best, Better or Good. The best session contains high bitrates while Better and Good contains normal bitrates respectively.


The video contains the setting of Encoder, Frame Rates, Resolution and Bitrates etc. The encoder is used to encode our video into different qualities. The resolution contains pixels which we want to keep. Frame rate contains fps means how many frames passed in one second and Bitrates contains video processing speed.


The audio section is used for audio bitrates etc like as the video section.

The best render setting for Filmora

The best render Filmora render setting for 1080p is as follows

Quality: Choose the Best quality

Video: Encoder = H.264 (HD Optimized), Resolution = 1920*1080, Frame Rate = 30fps (Depends on your video), Bit Rate = 4000 kbps for 1080p and 6000 kbps for4K Resolution

Audio: Encoder = AAC, Channel = 2, Sample Rate = 44100 Hz, Bit Rate = 192 kbps

Configure your settings
Configure your settings

After setting up this setting and configuring your bitrates etc click on OK button and then simply press the Export button to save your project.

Video is being converted
The video is being converted

When you will click on the Export button then your video will begin to convert. Now it will take up to 2 or 3 minutes to export your video depending upon its length. When video converting is completed then check your result and enjoy the tutorial.


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  1. You remarked that the video should convert and render in 3 to 4 minutes.
    I’ve used those settings you specified repeatedly, and my “Export” stalls somewhere in the middle every time.
    How does anyone even get a hold if tech support at Filmora?
    They said before I bought it that I would have complete access to Tech Support.
    I can’t find even a phone number.
    Please help

  2. I just tried it, I hope it will work cause I just tried to export a 23min video, and it made to 70% for 12h. I really hope this works,cause it is driving me crazy.

  3. I’ve bought a laptop… The filmora rendering uses its resources like this:
    – 40% of CPU
    – 3% of HDD
    – 9% of the dedicated GPU..
    I have to wait 2 hours for a 35 minutes long video meanwhile the rendering could be finished much-much faster.
    What’s wrong with this f*kin software or what do I miss?

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