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Daniel LowRe: Compressor Output Questions.
by on Feb 22, 2010 at 4:50:44 pm

[Tom Laughlin] "800KPS/sec"

This should be written 800Kb/s or Kb/sec - it stands for Kilobits per second (Could also be Kilobytes per second but that is generally written KB/s (uppercase 'B')

Most people find the best way of moving from FCP to compressor is to export a Quicktime Movie 'Using Sequence settings' i.e. exactly the same settings as your source clips.


For quality presets (or for those too lazy to create your own) you can't beat these:
http://compressorpack.com/

[Tom Laughlin] "Has anyone compared Compressors output to an equal output using Sorenson Squeeze?"

http://www.streamingmedia.com/article.asp?id=11633

[Tom Laughlin] "Also, I had a client in the past say that the file that I emailed to the client, they said it was 'buffering too much' and I explained to her that an H.264 800KPS/Sec (QT file totaling 18MB) encoded file sometimes eats up CPU power to play, though it has a great look and extremely low file size capability, does anyone know if I'm correct? "

Files played from the local hard drive do not buffer and even an old PC will have no problem with 800Kb/s H.264.



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