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Export to Blu-Ray - Final Cut Pro X

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: Blu-ray is the newest type of video format that is used to view HD video. To do so, you must have a Blu-ray compatible DVD player connected to an HD television. Videos on a Blu-ray disc have a much higher picture and audio quality than a regular HD DVD. Most computers don't come with Blu-ray disc drives or burners, so you would have to buy a separate disc writing drive that burns to the Blu-Ray format in order to export your movie to a Blu-ray disc.? To begin, navigate to the top menu bar and click Share -- Blu-ray.? The process is very similar to that which is required to create a regular DVD but has a few extra options for you to choose from. The first option you can choose is the Output device, which should be the Blu-ray drive that you have attached to your computer, a Single-layer or a Dual-layer burn, the Disk template, which could either be a black background or a white background, and the Title.? You can also choose what you want to happen when the disc loads. You can even add a Background, Logo graphics or Title graphics. Under the Advanced tab, you can set up Background Rendering or Send your video to Compressor, which allows you to take your footage and turn it into a much smaller sized file without losing much video quality. Finally, Summary tells you everything you need to know about your video, such as the File Type, Estimated size and Width and Height. You'll also see the video's Pixel aspect ratio and Frame rate as well. When you're ready, click Burn. Final Cut Pro X will begin rendering the video to prepare it for burning to a Blu-ray disc.? If you click Share Monitor, you'll be able to see exactly what processes your computer is performing. Read more by visiting our page at:
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