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Blu Ray Workflow Fcp7 To Toast Titanium 11


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Hello!

 

I'm new to burning Blu Rays... any help would be much appreciated.

 

I have Toast Titanium 11 - I've downloaded the plugin and I have a Buffalo Blu Ray Burner. I'm working with Mac and have the FCP Suite... compressor, DVD studio pro... all the works.

 

I have a finished project in FCP7 - edited in Apple ProRes422 codec

 

What are my steps now for taking this project out of FCP7 and getting it on to a Blu Ray Disc with a decent looking menu for my client?

 

A step by step would be greatly appreciated, I've been looking all over the threads and literally can't find anything for Titanium 11.

 

Thanks,

 

Keith

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Since you're using FCP you might browse kenstone.net for some tips on this. One option is for you to use Compressor to create an MPEG 2 HD video stream and .ac3 audio stream. Then add the video stream to the Toast Video window and Toast will either automatically match it with the audio or ask you to locate the audio. In this case Toast will multiplex rather than encode the source video and you'll have used a professional-quality encoder.

 

Another option is to export from FCP as a h.264 video and add that to Toast. Toast will encode the video in this case.

 

As for the menu, choose a menu style you like. You can add your own background image to that style. If you select a style that has thumbnails you can select the video frame that appears as the menu button by clicking on the thumbnail in the Toast window and a slider appears. I believe Toast has some video tutorials built in.

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