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How To Avoid Re-encoding Video


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I've been creating video files from Final Cut Express using a variety of QT/MP4 formats. My goal is to output a file that can be added to a Toast HD-DVD/Blu-Ray disk without re-encoding the MPEG4. So far no luck.

 

Has anyone been able to do this? If so, what was your workflow and codec settings?

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I've been creating video files from Final Cut Express using a variety of QT/MP4 formats. My goal is to output a file that can be added to a Toast HD-DVD/Blu-Ray disk without re-encoding the MPEG4. So far no luck.

 

Has anyone been able to do this? If so, what was your workflow and codec settings?

 

I second the request. I have Compressor and Episode and do not need or want Toast 9 to re-encode. It properly recognized a muxed mp4 that I made for the Playstation 3, including the 5.1 audio, but is now on a DAYS LONG quest to re-encode it before burning to BD-RE.

 

Most annoying!

 

Y'all be cool,

Robert A. Ober

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