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H.264 Encoding For Blu Ray On Matrox Mini With Max

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All is stll working well with my older PowerBook G4 with LaCie BD-R burner and Toast 10.2 (ignoring chapter markers, of course) burning Blu Ray discs from HDV QT .mov files running about 22 Gb in size. But am curious if anyone has used the Matrox MX02 Mini with Max 'for faster than realtime H.264 encoding'?? Will it work with my PowerBook G4, first of all, and is this external encoding really faster? I assume you attach it and encode the .mov files before importing them into Toast 10.2 to burn to the Blu Ray disc, and then does Toast accept these H.264 file and burn them w/o RE-encoding them first?

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Their Web site states it "Works with Intel-based MacBook Pros, Mac Pros, and Apple Xserve systems."

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