Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video Sending a sequence to Compressor for output, part of Final Cut Studio: Round-Tripping.
So you need to access the power of Compressor to make your outputs.…But in the past maybe you found the interface a little bit obtuse.…But this movie is all about sending files from Final Cut Pro to Compressor and…understanding that interface.…Technically speaking we can't consider Compressor a round-trip. It's much…more of a one way-trip.…You send things there for your final output.…But nonetheless it's important stuff.…So starting in Final Cut Pro with a complete sequence we want to send it to Compressor.…
I am going to start by just making sure that my Timeline window is the…active window because that's how Compressor is going to know what it is that we are sending.…So with the Timeline active File > Send To > Compressor.…So here we are in Compressor.…I want to start with a brief tour, so we can get more comfortable with this interface.…Top left is our Batch window.…This is where we can see our various jobs.…
Right now we see open1, the name of our sequence from Final Cut Pro, and we see…the Final Cut Pro icon showing us that this job originated in Final Cut Pro.…
- Using audio from Final Cut Pro in Motion or Soundtrack Pro
- Enhancing motion effects made in Final Cut Pro in Motion
- Working with a multitrack project
- Matching EQ levels with Soundtrack Pro
- Refining Final Cut Pro 3-way corrections in Color
- Preparing the timeline for Color
- Reconforming projects
- Sending a sequence to Compressor for output
- Transcoding for DSLR and other workflows
- Automating compression
- Using the Final Cut Pro to Compressor to DVD Studio Pro workflow
- Making a still menu
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Motion Round Trips
2. Soundtrack Pro Round Trips
3. Color Round Trips
4. Compressor Workflows
5. DVD Studio Pro Workflows
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