Learning Apple Compressor 4 - Training DVD (PC/Mac) + Working Files | 364 MB Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 1 channels, s16, 64 kb/s (und) Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 269 kb/s, 15,00 fps(r) (und)
In this computer based training course on Apple Compressor 4, expert author Matt Schalk takes you through the features and functions of this video/audio compression and encoding application from Apple. Used together with Final Cut Pro X and Motion 5, Compressor is the final step in the process of preparing your project for distribution.
iZotope's complete mastering system in a single integrated plug-in includes eight essential mastering tools: Maximizer, Equalizer, Multiband Dynamics, Multiband Stereo Imaging, Post Equalizer, Multiband Harmonic Exciter, Reverb, and Dithering. Ozone 5 Advanced adds 6 additional component plug-ins, extended features in every module, and an entire suite of configurable meters.
Apple Final Cut Pro X 10.0.8 With Motion v5.0.7 And Compressor v4.0.7 + Mlooks v1.2 (Mac OSX) | 3.73 GB
New features expand camera support and speed up every step of video post-production - from import through editing to delivery. Shoot with Sony-s latest professional digital video cameras - the F5 and F55 - then import XAVC files directly into Final Cut Pro X and start editing immediately. With support for resolutions up to 4K, you can work natively or convert to Apple ProRes in the background for even better performance.
Foundations of Audio: Compression & Dynamic Processing by BrianLee White English | 2h 25m | AVC1 960x540 29.970 fps | AAC 160 Kbps 48.0 KHz | 3.67 GB Genre: eLearning | Level: Appropriate for all
In this first installment of the Foundations of Audio series author Brian Lee White shows how to improve the sound of a mix with compressors limiters gates de-essers and other dynamic processors. The course explains the fundamentals of sound waves and amplitude explores common compressor controls and shows how to eliminate unwanted noise using gates and expanders. The course also demonstrates best practices in compression and limiting in a variety of audio applications and covers sculpting the attack and decay of individual notes with transient shapers and applying frequency specific dynamics control with multiband compressors. Exercise files accompany the course and include special Get in the Mix session files.