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PowerUP 35: From High-Def Video to Standard-Def DVD

Mfr PN: LJ-35
Our PN: CVCN3010186
Manufacturer: Class on Demand
Platform(s): Mac & Win

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Product Type: Electronic Download
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One of the questions we get asked frequently is how to create a standard-definition DVD when you are working with high-definition video.

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Manufacturer Part Number: LJ-35

In this webinar, Larry Jordan walks you through all the steps you need to know to make your video look great on DVD. This tutorial is absolutely PACKED with essential information with detailed tutorials on Final Cut Pro, QuickTime, Compressor, DVD Player, DVD Studio Pro, and Roxio Toast. You don't need to own any of this software to watch this tutorial.

Larry starts by showing how to set chapter markers in Final Cut Pro, then how to export your video while retaining the highest quality. He illustrates how to modify the DVD compression settings in Compressor for the best results, and then builds a simple DVD using DVD Studio Pro. Along the way, he'll show you how to test your video for quality at each step, explain what settings work the best, and how to avoid problems.

Once you watch this session, you'll never worry about how to optimize your video for a DVD again.

Audience Level
This assumes a basic knowledge of Final Cut Pro, Compressor, and DVD Studio Pro. While this session illustrates a complete workflow, there will not be time to teach every aspect of each of these applications.
For an introduction to Final Cut Pro, view Webinar #28 or Webinar #17.
For an introduction to Compressor, view Webinar #5.
This webinar will provide an introduction on how to use DVD Studio Pro.

Content Outline
Illustrate a workflow to edit either single-format, or multi-format, HD video in Final Cut Pro
List recommended video formats for transcoding
Outline a step-by-step workflow for creating a DVD from HD video
Provide a list of in-depth tutorials illustrating DVD menu creation
DEMO: How to change FCP Log and Capture settings for transcoding
DEMO: How to create Chapter Markers in Final Cut
DEMO: How to check clip and sequence specifications
DEMO: The best way to export from Final Cut Pro
DEMO: How to test the video for quality in QuickTime
DEMO: How to import files into Compressor
DEMO: How to modify audio compression settings for DVD
DEMO: How to modify video compression settings for DVD
DEMO: How to monitor compression status
DEMO: How to test the compressed video for quality in QuickTime
DEMO: How to import files into DVD Studio Pro
DEMO: How to create a track
DEMO: How to create a motion menu using a template
DEMO: How to modify a motion menu
DEMO: How to test your DVD before output
DEMO: How to output your DVD
DEMO: How to burn your DVD using Roxio Toast
DEMO: How to modify DVD burn speed.

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