A short video tutorial explaining the basics of video compression. This tutorial is relevant for any video compression software.
A comparison of Adobe Media Encoder and Apple Compressor running on a new Mac Pro. [Updated]
A description of using multiple instances of Compressor and when to use them.
A speed comparison between the iMac and new Mac Pro, testing video compression speeds. The winner may surprise you!
An explanation of hardware acceleration in Compressor 4.1, along with a step-by-step guide on how to use it.
How to adjust compression settings for DVD media using Compressor 4.1 or Compressor 4.0.
An explanation of compression artifacts, and how to create test movies to make sure video images compressed with the best possible quality and smallest file size.
An illustrated slide show explaining the basics of video compression.
An explanation of video compression, image quality, and bit rates using an unbelievably brilliant analogy. This is why the size of the source file doesn’t matter.
A step-by-step tutorial on how to compress video and audio for the web.
A video tutorial on how to set preferences in Adobe Media Encoder CS6.
Here is a step-by-step tutorial on how to compress video for YouTube using Adobe Media Encoder CS6.
Compressor scares a lot of people. However, if all you want to do is compress a video for YouTube, Compressor makes the process very easy. This technique shows you how.
In Final Cut Pro 7 is the File > Share option which allows us to export a sequence from Final Cut and compress it for YouTube. This article, and comments, show you how this works.
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