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James Carroccio
blu ray burner
on Mar 2, 2009 at 2:15:06 am

hey guys,

i shoot and edit hd content using my panasonic ag-hvx200 via final cut.

i have yet to burn an actual blu ray.

i always down convert my content to sd (do not have a blu ray burner or hd television)

was wondering what i need to achieve this (lacie blu ray burner)

thx in advance for an input.


James
Camera Operator


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Noah Kadner
Re: blu ray burner
on Mar 2, 2009 at 2:48:55 am

yep- that and Adobe Encore. unfortunately there's still no Blu-Ray option from Apple nor Blu-Ray capability in DVD Studio Pro.

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Winston A. Cely
Re: blu ray burner
on Mar 4, 2009 at 4:41:56 pm

I've got a question about this as well.

Many of the projects I create that go to DVD, typically only need the simplest of menus and actually need to loop. I do this all the time with DVDSP with no problems at all, but I'm prepping for an HD title that needs a super simple menu, with the video actually looping (only going to the menu if you press the menu button on the remote). Is this possible with the new Roxio Toast 10 Pro? I've been up and down their support pages searching, but it's not specifically called out for looping. And like I say, I don't need the high-power that Adobe Encore has because my projects don't require it.

Winston A. Cely
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Denny Breitenfeld
Re: blu ray burner
on Mar 7, 2009 at 5:10:28 pm

Hi Winston,

Are you looking for a Mac only solution or are you able to use Windows? If you are able to use Windows you can use Movie Factory 6 (plus) by Corel. http://www.corel.com/servlet/Satellite/us/en/Product/1173965700889#versionT...

Hope this helps,

Denny B.
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Winston A. Cely
Re: blu ray burner
on Mar 7, 2009 at 8:54:48 pm

Thanks for the tips Denny, and though I have an Intel MacPro so I could install Windows on it, I'd prefer to stay within the Mac environment.

However, I am thinking that if I can produce enough income from Blu-Ray authoring that I may make a portion of my hard drive a windows machine. From I hear there are better and a wider array of professional level blu-ray authoring applications. But for now, I'm sticking with what I know and need.

Thanks again!

Winston A. Cely
Editor/Owner | Della St. Media, LLC

Mac Pro 3GHz Dual-Core Intel Xeon
4 GB RAM | Final Cut Studio 5.1.4 | Aja Kona LHe

"If you can talk brilliantly enough about a subject, you can create the consoling allusion it has been mastered." - Stanley Kubrick


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James Carroccio
Re: blu ray burner
on Mar 7, 2009 at 9:16:26 pm

thx for the tip Noah

James
Camera Operator


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