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Being able to output with Apple Compressor, and upload in one step is a very useful function. I am guilty of not knowing what Remote meant when I would create a destination for my Compressor projects. Recently I got caught needing to compress a HD Quicktime movie to Mpeg4, and get it loaded up to the internet. The issue was I had to leave for the airport 10 minutes ago. With Compressor I was able to upload it to my iDisk. I started the compression with the iDisc as the destination, and left for the airport. While I was waiting to board my plane I hopped on the internet, downloaded the mpeg4 movie off of my iDisc, put it into an iWeb page, and published it to the web. Being able to output to my iDisk really saved me.

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To create a remote destination, first select remote when adding a destination. To make it an iDisc destination, just click over to iDisc, as the destination will be defaulted as an ftp destination. Now that you have set the destination as an iDisc destination, all you need to do is enter your iDisc User and Password, and you are all set. Your Mac will have to be snyced up to your Mobile Me account, or this process will not work.
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