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Craig AlanRe: ProRes .mov to DVD
by on Jun 24, 2012 at 11:32:26 pm

I see used the same article you did when exporting projects from FCP 7 to compressor. However, I do it a little differently. I highlight the entire time line and then in sequence setting I choose apple pro res 422. I do this early on and edit in pro res. Then I export from there as a self contained QT file. Follow the steps in compressor.
Then I use this for DVD SP:
http://www.kenstone.net/fcp_homepage/autoplay_in_dvdsp_stone.html.

You might be doing all this. Sometimes DVDs are duds and don't play well on other players. Make sure you are using high quality blanks. I have no idea why anyone would want to play an HD project in SD. DVDs also load slower during a showing so I don't get it.

If this fails you might want to take your project and burn the DVD on a different computer.

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