The video encoding feature and multimedia files are available on OS X versions 10.7 and later versions in Mac, Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks, Yosemite, etc. earlier versions of OS X did not incorporate this feature. Therefore, you cannot enable video and media encoding tools on Mac OS X earlier versions.
Enable video and media encoding tools on Mac OS X
Follow the steps below to enable video and audio encoding tools on Mac OS X:
Step 1: Open System Preferences from the Apple menu.
Step 2: Click Keyboard, then select the Keyboard Shortcuts tab.
Step 3: Select Services in the left pane, then scroll down to the right pane to find Encode Selected Audio Files and Encode Selected Video Files.
Step 4: Check the box next to the 2 options and close the System Preferences window.
Step 5: To confirm that you have enabled the video and media encoding tool on Mac OS X, just right-click on any video or audio file and you will see the Encode option.
So you have completed the activation of the video and media encoding tool on Mac OS X. From now on you can easily convert the video file format to another file format by right-clicking on the video file and selecting the file format you want to convert, or convert 1080p video resolution to lower resolutions such as 720p and 480p , convert video files to music files and convert music files to m4a, then change to m4r to use to create iPhone ringtones, there is also another way to help users create iPhone ringtones that is using iTunes.
The popup encoder window should resemble the image below:
The conversion process is fast and the quality of multimedia files is high, the correct resolution depends on the output option. Converting video files with a length of 1080p will take quite a while, so take the time to encode to a new format or resolution.
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