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Mark O'Shea
Final Cut Pro X export settings
on Dec 19, 2013 at 10:49:24 am

Hello all.

I'm currently making visuals using Adobe After Effects and Final Cut Pro X. The visuals will be displayed through a projector on to a screen behind a live band.

I'm currently making the visuals setting my FCPX properties to HD 720, 1280 x 720, 30 fps, render format Apple ProRes 422. The visuals are a mix of source footage, images produced in Photoshop and then animated in AE and FCPX. I want to play the visuals back through a MacBook linked to the projector but also want to burn the movie clips to DVD as a back up for the Mac.

As with most people that are just starting out I'm struggling with all the various output settings. I have done one live show but the resulting DVD kept sticking during playback which was completely annoying. This was after I had sent the output from FCPX to Compressor and exported as DVD.m2v files for burning. I did not burn a Blu-Ray disc - it was a standard DVD.

Does anyone have any idea as to why the DVD may have done this on playback?

Any suggestions or pointers would be greatly appreciated.

Mark O'Shea


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Alice Fisher
Re: Final Cut Pro X export settings
on Feb 18, 2014 at 3:51:45 pm

Hello
I'm new to Creative Cow so my apologies in advance if i'm in the wrong area!
I have just finished up an edit for a client in FCPX. They are happy and have asked for the final hires film. That's fine. However they also asked for the 'open files'. I wasn't sure what this meant and they came back to me with 'so that we have the ability to take out slides and replace with other language variants in the futureā€¦'
Can anybody help and tell me how i send the film in this format?
Thanks in advance.


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