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Old July 29th, 2005, 08:11 AM   #1
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FCPHD to Quick Time to Cleaner question

If I am exporting a movie in FCPHD, and I use Quick Time (not Quick Time compression) and I am bringing into Cleaner were I would make settings for Quick Time Movie. Do I need any pacific settings when exporting from FCPHD? Not sure on this. Does Cleaner over ride FCPHD settings?

Also when exporting a movie from FCPHD to use in iDVD, what settings should I use in FCPHD for best quality output for iDVD?

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Old July 29th, 2005, 02:15 PM   #2
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For iDVD, you should definitely export using "Current Settings" and including "Audio and Video." This merely maintains the resolution and settings in which you've been editing. This is also what I do when compressing for web or DVD with applications like Cleaner, and I don't think you would gain enough (if anything) for it to be worth the time and disk space to export uncompressed video from FCP (unless, of course, you're editing uncompressed).
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Old July 29th, 2005, 02:17 PM   #3
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For iDVD, you should definitely export using "Current Settings" and including "Audio and Video." This merely maintains the resolution and settings in which you've been editing. This is also what I do when compressing for web or DVD with applications like Cleaner, and I don't think you would gain enough (if anything) for it to be worth the time and disk space to export uncompressed video from FCP (unless, of course, you're editing uncompressed).


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