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Exporting multiple sequences from Final Cut Pro to Compressor

Setting up a batch export to Compressor is as easy as doing a single export. I used to export sequences thru Compressor one at a time, and have to be available to start the next one. To export multiple sequences out of Final Cut Pro at the same time, first you highlight them in the Browser by Apple clicking on each one. Next right click on one of them and select Export / Using Compressor. This will open Compressor with all three sequences ready to have a Setting & Destination assigned to them. After assigning Settings and Destinations, which can be different for each sequence, just submit the batch and walk away. I often wait until the end of the day to export all the sequences that are ready, and simply let all the compression happen over night.


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