Stomp makes small videos out of big ones, particularly useful to transfer them to a smaller device like an iPod or an iPhone. The interface showcases videos in a preview screen in the center, your list of video files shown at the bottom of the screen, while the left side is reserved for presets and filters.
After selecting the video you want to reduce you'll have to choose your preset. Instead of confusing you with loads of settings, Stomp lets you choose from a list of outputs, mostly of Apple products, like the Apple TV or the iPod. You'll be able to choose your video size and keep the aspect ratio. Select a few effects to tweak the aspect of the video a bit. Having the preview screen really helps to check if your satisfied with your modifications. Once all is set, you'll be able to process and export your smaller movie, a task which Stomp performs fairly quickly. The program also allows you to batch process videos to waste less time.
Stomp is intuitive and filled with features to make good quality smaller versions of large videos.
- Last 10.4 compatible release. Later releases will be for Mac OS X 10.5 or later