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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: Converting
    Hi Abhi, Converting using Quicktime or Compressor can take a long time and it depends on so many variables... many of which I would not be able to explain fully ;-) Compressors great because it can export in the background. So in Compressor drag a file or open a file if it hasn't already been opened. You need to give the file/Batch a setting (found in the bottom left area) and a destination (also found in the bottom left area. Drag a setting onto the batch (top left) and do the same with the destination. It's tricky for me to explain right now - I'm not near Compressor. But the Compressor tutorial is great: [url]http://www.macprovideo.com/tutorial/compressor3101[/url] Have you subscribed to the Online Subscription service? If, so click on Launch Player and check out the first few videos. In fact even if you are not a subscriber, you have access to the first 5 videos of every tutorial! Either way, Digital Video is a complex subject, and mainly due to Compression codecs and techniques etc. I recommend the tutorial. Of course, ask any more questions here regardless of whether you have seen the Compressor 3 101 tut or not ;-) Rounik
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