|Nov 28, 2012, 01:43 PM||#1|
Getting best quality DVDs from FCP X
OK, I finally made the jump to FCP X a couple of weeks ago.
Now I'm working on a wedding video shot in 1080i with my Canon Vixia M40's.
The wedding couple wants DVDs, but they don't have a blu-ray, nor does most of their family. So, I need to output to standard DVDs.
I tried the burn-dvd output in FCP X, but I get more jaggies than I expected in the finished DVD. I transcoded into FCP X using ProRes 422, made my edits, and burned the DVD. Total length of the DVD is 54 minutes, so I don't think it's a disk capacity issue.
What are the forum's recommendations for outputting to DVD? Compressor? MPEG Streamclip? Handbrake?
Thanks in advance - I have learned a lot in reading this forum!
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