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Travis Roesler
Exporting multiple clips and walking away
on Oct 17, 2012 at 3:00:16 pm

Hey guys,

I've been having a really tough time figuring out compressor and just a general way to export multiple sequences at a time. They all seem to come out the wrong size... and by size I mean resolution. Also, they are much larger than I want them to be. Typically, I export with:
Video - h264
1280x720
Medium quality
Hinted streaming- fast start

Sound I just typically let do its thing, though I usually try for IMA 4:1, and 32khz.

I have a LOT of stuff to export, and it will be a huge pain if I can't figure out some way to get this done in one click. Thank you guys for all of your help.


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Sandeep Sajeev
Re: Exporting multiple clips and walking away
on Oct 17, 2012 at 7:50:55 pm

Hi,

What are your Sequence Settings (frame size, aspect, etc) ? And what ar your compressor settings? Do you have Frame Controls turned on?

Also there's no way to Export Multiple Sequences to Compressor from FCP. The closest workaround to what you want is to Batch Export the Sequences from FCP, and then import these Exported Clips to Compressor and Batch Encode them out using your Delivery Settings (H264, 720p etc)

It's not one click and you'll need more hard drive space, but it's infinitely better than doing this one sequence at a time.

Best,
Sandeep.


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Travis Roesler
Re: Exporting multiple clips and walking away
on Oct 17, 2012 at 9:29:46 pm

Hey Sandeep,

I'm not really sure... is this something that I could find under "preferences" or something?

If you can help me find that, maybe I can just set it how I want it and this will work.


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Sandeep Sajeev
Re: Exporting multiple clips and walking away
on Oct 17, 2012 at 9:39:22 pm

Hi,

Here's how you can check:

Click anywhere in your Sequence to make it active
Hit Cmd+0 to bring up the Sequence Settings Dialog Box.

You'll see your Frame Size, Editing Timebase, Aspect Ratio and Codec listed here.

Now when you 'Send to Compressor' choose/modify a Preset that matches those settings exactly.

Best,
Sandeep.


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