Sorenson is a household name, really, although you might not know it directly. Used since nearly the beginning, Sorenson Squeeze has made Apple’s QuickTime a lot of what it has become, the paramount video format whether it is Mac or Windows (we know, Redmond may not agree with that statement).
However, the majority of the video creation elite knows exactly who Sorenson is and a great number of them also swear by it in what they distribute. No matter how incredible your creation is, you just can’t put it on CD, DVD, a web site or stream it, when it’s raw and anything from a few hundred MB or a few dozen plus Gigabyte! You have to compress it and retain the video quality and the same time.
Squeeze technology to make things easier for both Windows and Mac content
developers. Last years Squeeze 3 was an impressivesuite tool for both
platforms. It swept a lot of video and content producers into their
camp, all with big smiles of contentment. So, just how could Sorenson
out-do themselves? Apparently, Sorenson is not content with what they
offer in this ever-competitive market and have given birth, after a
lot of beta testing, to an all-new Squeeze 4 for both platforms.
If you are a Squeeze 3 user, the first noticeable difference in Squeeze 4 for either platform is the user interface. Squeeze 3 was good, version 4 is great and when we tested both versions on the same Mac or Windows workstations, it appears that Squeeze 4 is appreciably faster too. Importing a selected file or group of files to apply selected filters and selected compression functions is amazingly easy once you know what you are doing with them.
has delivered on providing you everything you will need to prepare a project
for publishing on the Web, Broadcast or Media distribution (CD’s
and DVD’s). All the standardized formats, sizes and anticipated
bandwidths for the Internet are there.