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    Recommened Workflow For Exporting From Final Cut Studio 2

    Hi Thank you all for your feedback and its been very helpful! So it sounds that this is the route for me to go after I complete my current editing. This is cool, amazing to finally see the ability to do simple authoring for Blu-Ray on a Mac after wait so long. I shoot with a Z1, and FX1 too, and I thank you all again for you help! Tim C.
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    Recommened Workflow For Exporting From Final Cut Studio 2

    Hi Thank you all for your feedback and its been very helpful! So it sounds that this is the route for me to go after I complete my current editing. This is cool, amazing to finally see the ability to do simple authoring for Blu-Ray on a Mac after wait so long. I shoot with a Z1, and FX1 too, and I thank you all again for you help! Tim C.
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    Hdv Native Burns In Toast 9.0.2 Bd-rs On Power Pc Mac

    Hi Thank your for your imput and it will be interestering to see what you come up with. I use ProRes because it is a cleaner codec than HDV, and its to render quicker for me. I am currently editing a project an will begin the new Blu-Ray burning process very soon. I do know that H.264 is terrible to work with as opposed to HDV exported in a full quality in rendering out from FCP. Thank you again for your help, and it will interesting to see what you find that works well. Thanks Tim
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    Hdv Native Burns In Toast 9.0.2 Bd-rs On Power Pc Mac

    Hi Thank your for your imput and it will be interestering to see what you come up with. I use ProRes because it is a cleaner codec than HDV, and its to render quicker for me. I am currently editing a project an will begin the new Blu-Ray burning process very soon. I do know that H.264 is terrible to work with as opposed to HDV exported in a full quality in rendering out from FCP. Thank you again for your help, and it will interesting to see what you find that works well. Thanks Tim Hi Thank your for your imput and it will be interestering to see what you come up with. I use ProRes because it is a cleaner codec than HDV, and its to render quicker for me. I am currently editing a project an will begin the new Blu-Ray burning process very soon. I do know that H.264 is terrible to work with as opposed to HDV exported in a full quality in rendering out from FCP. Thank you again for your help, and it will interesting to see what you find that works well. Thanks Tim
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    Recommened Workflow For Exporting From Final Cut Studio 2

    Hi, Cool, thanks for writing, I read here that the "AVC" codec is the same as "Mpeg 4", and is also the same as "H264, of which is a very nice result, but it is a very, very slow to export out, the worst I have seen yet to export so far from FCP="H264. This why I have stayed completely away from H264". ProRez is way, bitchen, a heck of alot fast to encode. I also seen in "Compressor" that one can adjust the settings on a imported file under "Inspector" for "Stream Usage", and Blu_Ray is listed. So if you get any good results with the AVC codec let me know ok? thanks, Tim
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    Hdv Native Burns In Toast 9.0.2 Bd-rs On Power Pc Mac

    Hi, Cool, I am new here and I am in same boat as you, and use FCS 2, also, did you use Compessor at all when exporting? QT. conversion? I use ProRes 422, and I was just wondering what did when exporting, as I read you said you just exported it as HDV 1080i? Thanks For You Help, Tim C.
  7. Hi All I just got my Blu Ray Burner for my G5 Quad, and I need your input on the best format to export to compressor for Toast 9.2, and I currently use the ProRes 422 codec in FCP 6. After I export to Compessor what format would be best to use for a Blu-Ray file? HD Mpeg2? or the slow H264?, or just use a quicktime movie file that is self contained? Thank you, Tim C.
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