Join Jeff I. Greenberg for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Compressor with QuickTime files, part of Compressor 4 Essential Training.
We have a number of starting points with Compressor, but a very common one is…going to be with a raw QuickTime file--something that came out of a video…application or possibly a motion graphics piece of software.…So what we are going to do here is we are going to take this piece of video,…we are going to punch it through Compressor, and we are just going to see what…the whole workflow is, from start to finish.…We may speed up the actual compression part, but you are going to see this…actually work in real time for everything else.…So I am going to go ahead and start up Compressor.…Here we have the windows laid out for me, and you will notice I get this…template batch right away.…
Anytime you see this, you can go ahead and say Cancel.…So if you take a look up here in the top left, this is the batch area.…We've got this one job here. That's empty.…It says Drag Settings and Destinations Here.…We need to put a movie in as well. Pick a setting and a destination.…Now if you go up to the File menu, there is no Import.…
AuthorJeff I. Greenberg
- Using Compressor with QuickTime and Final Cut Pro X
- Transcoding to ProRes
- Understanding encoding
- Setting markers for DVD and Blu-ray
- Building an MPEG2 for broadcast
- Adjusting video footage
- Creating templates
- Setting destinations
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