Streaming Producers Can Use Compressor As Video Encoding Tool

Streaming Producers Can Use Compressor An Video Encoding Tool.  If users are using a Mac it’s a great solution for encoding videos whether you’re performing single-file encoding or batch encoding.  From a compression workflow perspective, it’s beneficial to use because it can work in concert with Final Cut Pro.

Of the popular codecs available today, video producers, video editors, or media professionals can encode videos to Apple ProRes and H.264, and HEVC using Compressor. In terms of media containers, MOV and MP4 are both supported as well as MP3, AAC, and PCM audio codecs. The tool also includes presets for iOS Devices, Mobile Devices, Blu-ray, and 4K. Compressor also supports HDR, 360 VR Export an other codecs such as: AVC‑Intra, D‑10/IMX, ProRes, and XDCAM HD.

Take a look at Compressor as an encoding tool if you have some time. 

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If you’re interested in learning more about video encoding or compression, attend our 2-Day Video Streaming and Compression Training or our 1-Day Video Encoding Training On-line or On-site.  You can call Freeman Compression LLC at 407.797.5466 or e-mail us for more information. Contact us about training times for other countries if you are an international student. Our company can also provide a consultant for your project needs if you’d rather have someone set up your video encoding, live streaming, cloud encoding, streaming operation, or streaming workflows.