Compressor can do a lot for exporting projects in Final Cut Pro X. Learn how this FCPX companion app opens up more options for your exporting workflows.
- Hi. Welcome to Final Cut Pro X Weekly.…I'm Nick and I'm not here right now.…- And I'm Jeff and I want to cover…three things to know about Compressor.…First thing I want to talk about is that I believe you…should watermark everything,…and you have to use Compressor for this to build this in,…but by watermarking it your client can't walk away with…your files until you've been paid.…I want to show you that you can actually target any of the…settings to live to finalize in a given location,…to set it out somewhere specific rather than being…next to a given element.…
Once we've built that, we can then bring that over…to Final Cut X and then I'd always do instead of three…I'm doing an extra, both Final Cut X and Compressor…have the ability to do bundles or groups allowing you…to build more than one album at a time.…Let's start off with watermarking.…I've got a timeline here in Final Cut X…and I'm just going to go up to the file menu and I'm going to say:…send to Compressor instead of saying share.…Compressor's a $50 tool.…
- Maximizing your color board
- Mastering speed effects
- Working with Compressor
- Learning helpful keyboard shortcuts
- Uploading videos to the web
- Setting up workspaces
Skill Level Intermediate
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