Transcoding to ProRes


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Transcoding to ProRes

In this case, I am going to use Compressor to take this file when transcoded from its starting format, H.264, to ProRes, because we need this to work faster in our Apple workflow with Final Cut Pro X, or even if you're using 7. I've got the batch template here. I am going to hit Cancel. Drag Settings and Destination. Here we go. I am going to click on our nice happy Finder. There is our Transcode Start. I am going to pull it over into Compressor and drop it into place. There are a bunch of different presets here, but what I need is ProRes.

Now, Apple has that towards the bottom, right here where it says ProRes, and they've got a variety of the different flavors of ProRes. These go from Proxy, being the lowest quality; to 422 being a nice medium quality-- it's probably perfect for all this DSLR footage-- HQ, if you were coming from something larger, say HDCAM SR or say RED; and 444 to keep everything perfect, you should know in the way I describe those Proxy 422, 422 (HQ), an...

Transcoding to ProRes
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Transcoding to ProRes provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff I. Greenberg as part of the Compressor 4 Essential Training

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