| Manufacturer Part Number: LJ-26|
The goal of this webinar is to take an HD project from Final Cut Pro and create a Blu-ray Disc for it. However, Final Cut Pro has only a limited ability to create Blu-ray Discs. So this session looks at three ways to create high-definition optical discs: using Final Cut Pro, Roxio Toast, and Adobe Encore. Along the way, we will explore the differences between Blu-ray and AVCHD Discs, standard compression settings and data rates, and take a close look at authoring Blu-ray Discs using Adobe Encore.
You should have a basic knowledge of Final Cut Pro. It will help if you know something about DVD Studio Pro, but this is not required. This session assumes you have NO knowledge of either Roxio Toast or Adobe Encore.
NOTE: Roxio Toast and Adobe Encore are available separately and are not included with Final Cut Studio. Only Final Cut Pro 7 supports burning Blu-ray Discs.
• Explain why DVD Studio Pro can't create Blu-ray Discs.
• Explain the differences between AVCHD and Blu-ray Discs.
• Show what gear you need to create Blu-ray Discs.
• Provide a workflow to create AVCHD Discs using Final Cut Pro 7.
• Provide a workflow to create Blu-ray Discs using Roxio Toast.
• Provide a workflow to create Blu-ray Discs using Adobe Encore.
• Illustrate recommended compression data rates for both AVCHD and Blu-ray Discs.
• DEMO: Create an AVCHD Disc Using FCP > Share
• DEMO: How to export from FCP for Roxio Toast and Adobe Encore
• DEMO: Configure Toast for a Blu-ray DVD
• DEMO: Optimize Toast compression settings
• DEMO: Create a new Encore project
• DEMO: Optimize Encore compression settings
• DEMO: Create Encore chapter markers
• DEMO: Select an Encore menu template
• DEMO: Modify a menu in Photoshop
• DEMO: Create links
• DEMO: Build a Scene Selection menu
• DEMO: Test a Blu-ray Disc
• DEMO: Compress video for Blu-ray
• DEMO: Three ways to output for Blu-ray