You use the Destinations tab with the Inspector window to create and assign a destination and to add file identifiers to your output file. If you want to save your output media files to a remote destination, you need to enter information into the Remote dialog so that Compressor can successfully access the remote server.
You can create the following destinations.
Local: Any directory on your own computer
Open Volume: Any shared volume open on your desktop
Remote: A directory in the default location of an FTP or iDisk server, if you have suitable access privileges and permissions
To create a remote destination:
Open the Destinations tab.
Click the Add (+) button and choose Remote from the pop-up menu.
The Remote destination dialog appears. For detailed information about the remote destination dialog, see About the Remote Destination Dialog.
Enter information in the relevant fields, as necessary.
Once you have at least one destination in the Destinations tab other than Source, you can set a new default destination.
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