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Apple Pro Training Series: Compressor 3.5 by Brian Gary

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Chapter 7. Customizing with Filters

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  • Apply additive filters

  • Apply corrective filters

  • Apply color filters

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Filters allow you to add audiovisual elements to your output media, such as watermarks and timecode burns, audio fade-ins and fade-outs, color adjustments, and many other general modifications. Filters are applied during encoding as separate tasks, apart from the target’s codec, and you can apply a single filter or multiple filters to each target.

Applying Filters

Compressor includes a series of video, audio, and color filters you can combine with Apple and custom settings to modify the look of encoded media. You can preview the filter results in real time in the Preview window (see Lesson 5).

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