Compressor 101: Assigning Default Locations & Presets In Compressor

By Heath McKnight (doddleNEWS)

When working in Compressor 4.2, there are some actions that can be repetitive, such as locations and presets. Brian Gary from Ripple Training shows how you can skip an extra step:

Special thanks as always to our friends at Ripple Training! Check out our growing number of Final Cut Pro X tutorials hereMotion 5 tutorials here, and Compressor 4.2 tutorials here.

Compressor 4.2 [iTunes link] is a powerful app, and costs only $49. If you’re using Final Cut Pro X ($299, iTunes link) or Motion 5.2 ($49, iTunes link), Compressor 4.2 should be part of every editor’s toolkit.

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