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Discover how to compress video and get it ready for publishing in Compressor, and learn about key compression concepts, from transcoding to codec types. In this course, author Jeff Greenberg explores the batch template and auto-detection features in Compressor. He also teaches you how to determine the correct compression settings for any job, including how to compress video for DVDs and Blu-ray, the iPhone, PowerPoint, and web destinations like YouTube, Facebook, and Vimeo. Plus, learn how to use the new droplets to speed up any workflow.
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Hi. I'm Jeff Greenberg. Today, we're going to look at Compressor 4.1 Essentials. Let's dive in and take a look as I show you, how we work with the interface, some basic workflows, working with the Apple template such as for DVD, Blu-ray and for IOS. I'm going to talk about publishing online, to YouTube, to Facebook, to Vimeo. I'm going to look at some other useful outputs, some basic video effects, some customization of compressor, including how to speed it up.
And how droplets work. Why don't we go ahead now, and let's get started.
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