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Monday, December 12, 2011

Learn How To Use Compressor 4 - Compressor 4 Video Tutorials

Learn how to use Compressor 4 in Compressor 4 Essential Training from lynda.com. Topics include: 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 and more! Visitors of PinoyMacLovers.com can view the entire course by signing up for a free 7-day trial. To learn more about the course, watch the free Compressor 4 video tutorials from the training course, which can be found below.

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Understanding the built-in templates - How to use Compressor 4

Encoding for use in Keynote - How to use Compressor 4


Course Information

Training Provider: Lynda.com
Title: Compressor 4 Essential Training
Author: Jeff I. Greenberg
Duration: 1hr 57mins
Date of release: 14 October 2011

Chapter 1: Compressor 4 Basics
Introducing Compressor
Using Compressor with QuickTime files
Using Compressor with Final Cut Pro X
Starting in Final Cut Pro X
Understanding the built-in templates

Chapter 2: Transcoding
Understanding transcoding
Transcoding to ProRes
Transcoding for archives

Chapter 3: Encoding
Understanding encoding
Modifying Apple's video sharing preset
Modifying Apple's device preset
Building an Android device preset
Custom-encoding DVDs
Improving Blu-ray encoding
Setting markers for DVD and Blu-ray
Building a preset for web hosting
Building an audio preset
Building an MPEG-2 for broadcast
Using MPEG-1 for legacy PowerPoint
Encoding for use in Keynote
Encoding for use in PowerPoint
Encoding for email

Chapter 4: Using Filters
Adjusting the video
Adding watermarks

Chapter 5: Streamlining Your Workflow
Creating templates
Setting destinations
Building droplets for automation
Stealing settings
Setting smarter preferences
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