Re: Final Cut Pro Question

From: Martin Blazicek (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Jul 20 2007 - 12:13:15 PDT

Why not DVpal QT to iDVD?

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From: Cari Machet <email suppressed>
Reply-To: Experimental Film Discussion List <email suppressed>
Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 14:59:35 -0400

>not really how it works
>it can't determine how big mostly becuase it doesn't know the media before
>it hits it
>if it is a simple image it will take up less space than a complicated
>so i don't understand this final cut would abort
>you need to export to a local drive
>use the compression sorenson 3
>i have found that it is the best bang for your buck
>lowest size - best looking
>try that
>see what file size you get needs to be less than 4GB
>burn it to a dvd via toast or just in your disk utility
>need more instruction? - send questions
>On 7/20/07, gyoungblood <email suppressed> wrote:
>> This is a question for the pros out there who use Final Cut. We want to
>> export a file from Final Cut to a DVD, but it appears that Final Cut cannot
>> tell us exactly how much compression will be necessary. We need Final Cut to
>> tell us the exact file size so we can be certain it will fit on the DVD.
>> We've had to re-export several times. Final Cut would abort because the
>> compression level we set would not fit on the disc. We had to guess. That's
>> not reasonable. Surely Final Cut can tell us how big a file will be after
>> compression so that we know it will fit on the disc without guessing and
>> doing it over and over. I say "we" because my assistants are doing this for
>> me. I know nothing about Final Cut.
>> Thanks for your help...
>> Gene Youngblood
>> 28 Sunrise Road
>> Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 USA
>> vox/fax: +1.505.424.8708
>> email suppressed
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