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.mov/.avi To Divx Dvd

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I'm up against a deadline that requires me to deliver 2 DVDs. The client has requested that they be 1920X1080p AVIs DivX encoded on DVD. So I made the movie on FCP. Exported it at 1920X1080p as a Quicktime .mov file. Spot checked it and it seems good to go. I tried to export it as an uncompressed .avi through both FCP and Quicktime and, after 20 minutes got between 10 and 15 seconds' worth.


So I dragged the .mov file into Toast 8 and it's chundering away slowly. I'm now concerned that the DVD will not play on their equipment (whatever that might be) for some reason that I can't think of...


Any advice welcomed... TIA

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A DivX video of that spec can play on a fast computer.


This is what I hope you've done: Add the 1920 x 1080 movie exported by FCP to the Toast Video window. Select the video and click the Export button. Choose Divx as the format and click the Options button. Choose 1080HD as Profile in the window that appears. Click Okay and Save. When that is done add the DivX video file to the Data window and burn a Data DVD.

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