Sorenson Squeeze is a free software video compression tool originally intended for Mac OS X only. It was released as a free software application and was bundled with Avid Media Composer (AVC). However, the product quickly became popular among people who used other operating systems and was eventually released as a stand-alone application. This article covers the basic usage of Sorenson Squeeze on Mac OS X.
Sorenson Squeeze uses the Advanced compression software for optimizing the size of the compressed files. With Sorenson Squeeze's compression technology, your video will be compressed to fewer file sizes than before, which increases its compatibility with other programs. Sorenson Squeeze also provides metadata tags that can be useful for organizing your files. It lets you organize your videos in folders, according to size, title, genre, length, number of audio channels, color, and other video attributes you may find useful for your videos.
Sorenson Squeeze's interface is clean and easy to use. The product has a simple, intuitive user interface that permits you to start recording immediately after installation. If you need additional editing functions, you can export your work via FTP or connect with your Mac via a USB cable. A DVD copy feature lets you create copies of your recordings for backing up or sending to others. Sorenson media compressor is a powerful video editing software that gives you the flexibility and convenience you want from an on-screen video encoding tool.