Compressor 4.4.1 - Apple MAC

Compressor integrates tightly with Final Cut Pro to add power and flexibility to your video conversions. A simple interface lets you quickly customize output settings, enhance images, and package your film for sale on the iTunes Store. For even faster conversions, easily set up distributed encoding using other Mac computers.

Advanced Encoding for Final Cut Pro 
  • Use Compressor to customize encoding settings for Final Cut Pro
  • Save a custom setting in Compressor and the setting will automatically appear in Final Cut Pro
  • Set up batch processes to streamline the encoding of large numbers of files 
  • Build custom Destinations to combine encoding with additional tasks such as moving or copying files
  • Create selfcontained Droplets to encode on the desktop with draganddrop ease
  • Share settings like an HEVC output setting with other editors, even if Compressor isn’t installed on their systems 
  • Send Final Cut Pro and Motion projects to Compressor to encode video in the HEVC format
iTunes Store Package Creation
  • Import and organize your movie, trailer, closed captions, audio descriptions, and subtitles into an iTunes Storecompliant package for submission to an Applecertified iTunes delivery partner
  • Audition video with any audio, caption, or subtitle to verify sync
  • Builtin error detection helps you identify issues with your iTunes Store Package and navigate directly to the source of the issue
  • Deliver HDR video as P3 D65 PQ, Rec. 2020 HLG, and Rec. 2020 PQ for HDR10
  • Support in the iTunes Store Package to link a Dolby Vision graded video file to a Dolby Vision XML
Support for Industry Standards
  • Encode to a broad range of industry standard formats including MPEG4, H.264, MXF and ProRes
  • Work with a choice of themed menus to encode and burn a DVD or Bluray disc
  • Generate files for HTTP live streaming in a single step 
  • Import Targa, DPX, TIFF, PSD, PNG or OpenEXR image sequences and encode them to any setting
  • View, adjust, and deliver closed captions in both CEA608 and iTT formats
Pristine Format Conversions 
  • Convert any file between formats — such as NTSC to PAL, SD to HD or progressive to interlaced video
  • Import and manipulate wide color video, then deliver in standard Rec. 601 and Rec. 709 color spaces or in wide Rec. 2020 color space
  • Deliver High Dynamic Range (HDR) video with controls for color space conversions and HDR metadata
  • Deliver HDR video as P3 D65 PQ, Rec. 2020 PQ, and Rec. 2020 HLG
  • Use CABAC entropy multipass H.264 encoding for superior results with hardwareaccelerated export on supported systems
  • Clean up and customize your content using image filters, a timecode overlay, and watermarks
  • Speed up video, slow it down, or adjust the frame rate to make the duration match a runtime 

Distributed Encoding 
  • Save time by distributing encoding work among multiple workstations
  • Install Compressor on any Mac to activate it as a node for distributed encoding 
  • Speed up encoding in Final Cut Pro by choosing a group of shared computers for exporting

What’s New in Compressor 4.4.1
Closed captions
  • View, adjust, and deliver closed captions
  • Import caption files into a batch or iTunes Store package
  • Use the Inspector to adjust text, color, onscreen location, and timing
  • Search text and select single or multiple captions in the Inspector
  • Support for multiple languages and formats in an iTunes Store package
  • Validation indicator instantly warns about common errors including caption overlaps, incorrect characters, invalid formatting, and more
  • Embed captions in an exported video file or create a separate caption sidecar file
  • Share captioned videos directly to YouTube and Vimeo
  • Support for CEA608 and iTT closed caption formats
Audio descriptions
  • Include audio description files in any iTunes Store package
System Requirements:
MacOS 10.13.2 or later, 4GB of RAM (8GB recommended for 4K editing, 3D titles, and 360° video editing), OpenCL-capable GPU graphics card or Intel HD Graphics 3000 or later, 256MB of VRAM (1GB recommended for 4K editing, 3D titles, and 360° video editing), 1.2GB of available disk space.

Some features require Internet access; fees may apply. Blu-ray recorder required for burning Blu-ray discs. HEVC export requires macOS High Sierra.

System Requirements
Mac OS X 10.13.2

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