Compressor 101: Sharing Custom Presets

By Heath McKnight (doddleNEWS)

Compressor 4.2 is Apple’s go-to app to encode your video projects to different devices and web-friendly formats, and it works great with Final Cut Pro X and Motion 5.2. In this Compressor tutorial from our friends at Ripple Training, you’ll learn how to share the presets you customize with others working in Compressor 4.2.

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

Compressor 4.2 [iTunes link] is a powerful app, and only costs $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 your editor toolkit.

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