Apple Compressor extends the capabilities of Apple Final Cut Pro X by allowing your greater control when sending out your final projects. Author Nick Harauz will show you what is available in Final Cut Pro X, how to work in Compressor, use existing templates and maximize your exporting workflow by learning how best to export your video.
- As you can see, Final Cut Pro X and Compressor…have a ton of templates, along with customizable settings…to make our exporting jobs easier.…In this course, we've looked at working…with existing Final Cut Pro destinations,…setting up bundles to batch export our files…to multiple formats, and using Compressor…to further enhance our exporting options.…To learn more about Final Cut Pro X,…check out the Final Cut Pro X Guru series,…and Essential classes available in the library.…
I'm Nick Harauz and thank you for watching.…
- Understanding the Compressor interface
- Using and modifying Compressor templates
- Setting up Compressor presets
- Transcoding and encoding with Compressor and Final Cut Pro
- Adding compression markers
- Adding watermarks and timecodes
- Learning how to use droplets
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Up and Running with Compressor and FCP X
2. Transcoding and Encoding
3. Maximizing Compressor and Compressor Settings
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