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Tiffany Chung
Can FCP Viewer of Multiclip be burned onto a DVD?
on May 26, 2009 at 1:51:32 pm

I have all the clips synced up and in multiclip format in FCP 6.0. Is there a way to be able to burn a video/dvd of the multiclips as shown in the Viewer? Does that make sense? So, my ultimate goal is to basically to burn medium/low-quality DVD where you can watch all multiclips at the same time for preview. Is that possible?


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John Pale
Re: Can FCP Viewer of Multiclip be burned onto a DVD?
on May 26, 2009 at 3:02:55 pm

you can play it out to tape, then crash record it. Capture the tape and make your DVD.


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Tiffany Chung
Re: Can FCP Viewer of Multiclip be burned onto a DVD?
on May 26, 2009 at 3:25:59 pm

so, there's probably not a simpler way, then?


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John Pale
Re: Can FCP Viewer of Multiclip be burned onto a DVD?
on May 26, 2009 at 3:29:13 pm

No


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Tiffany Chung
Re: Can FCP Viewer of Multiclip be burned onto a DVD?
on May 26, 2009 at 3:27:24 pm

ok. thanks.


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Steve Cohen
Re: Can FCP Viewer of Multiclip be burned onto a DVD?
on May 26, 2009 at 4:35:25 pm

A simpler way would be to play it out to a stand alone DVD recorder rather then tape, but obviously you would need to have one.

Steve Cohen

Senior Editor

O2 Media Inc.


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david bogie
Re: Can FCP Viewer of Multiclip be burned onto a DVD?
on May 26, 2009 at 5:05:10 pm

[John Pale] "you can play it out to tape, then crash record it. Capture the tape and make your DVD. "

[Tiffany Chung] "so, there's probably not a simpler way, then?

"


This is funny. There really isn't anything simpler than going to tape. What you do after you have the tape might get complicated but tape is still the lowest common denominator.

bogiesan



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Jason Diebler
Re: Can FCP Viewer of Multiclip be burned onto a DVD?
on May 26, 2009 at 5:19:01 pm

Why not just build this in your sequence and export? Seems more simple than hooking up hardware.


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Andy Edwards
Re: Can FCP Viewer of Multiclip be burned onto a DVD?
on May 27, 2009 at 12:17:48 am

You could use screen capture software like SnapProZ. It captures Quicktime files that can be burned to DVD. Prep your multi-cam in the viewer, start SnapProZ and fit frame around your viewer, push play on the viewer and record your clip. Take your SnapProZ clip into compressor and convert to MPEG2 for DVD.

Thinking outside the box :-)

Andy Edwards


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