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Chris Bryan
FCP7 to Adobe Encore CS4
on Oct 22, 2010 at 12:35:06 pm

Hello,

I'm just wondering if it's possible to export a file from FCP7 to burn a Blu-Ray using Adobe Encore CS4. I'm looking for a pretty basic disc with chapter menus that include chapter titles.

If it's possible can someone spell out the process for me, or point me to a tutorial that includes step-by-step directions as to how to do this?

Thanks!



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eric pautsch
Re: FCP7 to Adobe Encore CS4
on Oct 22, 2010 at 1:16:58 pm

The tutorials you googled and by reading the manual haven't helped?









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Chris Bryan
Re: FCP7 to Adobe Encore CS4
on Oct 22, 2010 at 1:29:04 pm

No, they didn't and that's why I posted here. Thanks for supplying a link, however I specifically asked about exporting a file from FCP7 to Adobe Encore CS4. Your tutorial begins by describing how to bring a project from Premiere to Encore, this does not really help me.

I'm hoping that by posting here, someone with more experience than I can help me out, so that I can end the two weeks of trial and error that I've been going through.



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eric pautsch
Re: FCP7 to Adobe Encore CS4
on Oct 22, 2010 at 4:59:04 pm

It would be better to tell us exactly where you're having issues. Hard to troubleshoot without some details :)



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Chris Bryan
Re: FCP7 to Adobe Encore CS4
on Oct 22, 2010 at 5:30:27 pm

Hi guys,

Sorry if I'm not being clear. I've never used Adobe Encore before. I have a project that I am exporting from FCP7 and I'd like to use Encore to burn that file to a Blu-Ray disc with chapter menus that I set up in FCP. The tutorials I have found haven't specifically talked about this. If there are any or if anyone has any suggestions I'd appreciate it. Thanks for your time.



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Daniel Ludwig
Re: FCP7 to Adobe Encore CS4
on Oct 23, 2010 at 6:58:25 am

chris,
if you just need a auto-start-BD, that will start you film straight away, that wouldn´t be so difficult to create.

1. export your HD-film as self-contained quicktime mov
2. create a BD-encoding-preset in compressor using H264 for blu-ray, 20-25MBit and NO 2-pass encoding and AC-3 dolby digital
3. encode your assets
4. start encore CS4, create a new project with h264 and dolby settings and import the assets (that could take a while)
5. create a new timeline by clrl-klick on the projects-tab and drag/drop your assets into it. set your chapter-points in the timeline.
6. klick on the DISK-symbol in the flow-chart-tab and select your timeline as first-play within your properties-tab
7. go to built-tab, select format blu-ray, and output blu-ray-folder, set destination and create your disk.
8. press built-button

that was the quick overview what to do. now it´s up to you.

cheers

danny


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