Apple’s Compressor is the perfect tool to help you reduce the file size of your projects while preserving quality. In this course, Matt Vanacoro shows you everything you always wanted to know (but were afraid to ask!) about Apple’s Compressor and the theory of compression…
So you’ve edited your project, and you’re now ready to share it with the world. But wait… you’re not done yet! Whether you want to output a 4K version of a project for a client, create a DVD, or publish a movie directly to YouTube, understanding the basic principles of compression is absolutely essential.
But how is it possible to shrink down the file size of a video into something smaller? What exactly is the difference between lossless and lossy compression? And what are Codecs, frame size, frame rate and data rate? Luckily, our expert trainer, Matt Vanacoro, is here to answer all those questions... and a lot more!
So, join him and learn how Apple's Compressor can help you save time when working and exporting large scale jobs. Along the way, you’ll discover the 5 cornerstone concepts of compressing files, how to create custom compression settings, markers & droplets, and even how to retime and crop your videos directly in Compressor.
After watching this course, you'll understand how video compression really works and you'll be on your way to delivering high quality projects at amazingly small file sizes!
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Ady wrote on April 20, 2019
Top-notch class. I learn a lot from it. Thank you!
unitymusic wrote on March 11, 2019
Great course! Loved the clarity and delivery. Now I understand Compressor! Very helpful.
Ivan Dubinsky wrote on November 20, 2017
A great overview...actually, much more than an overview as there is enough information here to get you up and running in Compressor with confidence. I enjoy Matt Vanacoro's laid back teaching style and have purchased several of his courses to have on hand when not online. I liked this course so much I bought Compressor immediately afterward and am already thinking up many uses for it. Thanks, Matt!!