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  1. CSI

    Help With Blu Ray Burn

    Hi folks, I have a question if you can help. I want to burn a Blu-ray disc and it's currently rendering from Adobe Premiere CC on maximum settings for the best quality. The overall file size will be nearly 100GB. My question is can I burn a 100 GB file onto a Blu-ray disc that is only 25GB in size? I assume that the Blu-ray burning software I will use (Toast 12) will be able to compress footage but I don't know if 100GB is too big for it to handle? I have burned files of this size before using Adobe Encore CS5 onto standard 4.7gb discs (so a 100GB file has been compressed by Encore to fit onto a 4.7GB disc very easily even though it took ages) so I assume the same principles apply and will work on Blu Ray? If not, what are the correct but still best quality settings to render from Adobe Premiere for purposes of having a blu ray disc? I don't have subscription to adobe encore now, hence me needing Toast... Thanks in advance Conor
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