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Allison Alford
exporting video from final cut and burning to dvd
on Jan 20, 2011 at 11:37:09 pm

I have a 5:14 minute video (no audio track) that I exported from fcp in two different ways.

The first way I used the export QT Movie option and the burned it using idvd.

The second way I followed a site recommending a lossless png, exporting via quicktime conversion. When I exported I selected millions of colors+, dimensions 720x404 and de-interlaced source video. Then I burned it using idvd.

When played in the dvd player, both of these dvds did not work properly. When there was greater movement in the frame, the frame wobbled between a 16:9 widescreen size and a fit to screen sort of size. Am I making sense? There was no pixel fluctuation, it was just that the size of the screen would fluctuate suddenly when there was greater movement happening in the video.

What am I doing wrong?


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Michael Sacci
Re: exporting video from final cut and burning to dvd
on Jan 20, 2011 at 11:51:47 pm

[Allison Alford] "The second way I followed a site recommending a lossless png, exporting via quicktime conversion."


Allison,

never go back to that site again.

Read the thread below.


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Allison Alford
Re: exporting video from final cut and burning to dvd
on Jan 21, 2011 at 12:10:44 am

thank you, i'll make sure to avoid that site in the future.

what thread did you suggest reading?


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Kevin Knutson
Re: exporting video from final cut and burning to dvd
on Jan 24, 2011 at 8:21:05 pm

Export using compressor as an MPEG2 (preset: DVD: Best quality 90 minutes).

Its not the most beautiful compression in the world, but its a simple workflow.

visit ProMotion Arts


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