Crash Course in Apple Compressor
Instructor: Michael PoggenburgSaturday, January 28; 2 - 5pm
Members Price: $50
Non Members Price: $110
Apple Compressor is the audio and video encoding program included with Final Cut Studio. This class will explore the basics of encoding, format conversion (transcoding), and compression for such applications as making a DVD, preparing footage for web, or converting different video formats for editing and post-production. Topics covered will be basic program navigation, understanding some of the most common codecs, optical flow technology, and the many different output options that Compressor will give you in your future projects. After taking this class, you'll know how to convert video between NTSC and PAL, maximize that quality of your web content, make high quality slow-motion footage from regular video, burn customized DVD content, and more. Recommended for users of Final Cut at all skill levels.
Class limit: 8
Michael Poggenburg is an editor and post-production artist who has been working as a hobbyist in video for over five years. His most recent project was a feature-length documentary about Israel, for which he was editor and co-director. The film is slated for several film festivals worldwide this year, and won Best Documentary at a Florida festival in February 2010. He currently resides in Shoreline, WA.
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