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Old December 8th, 2007, 11:01 PM   #61
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So how do we get a professional presser? LOL!
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Old December 9th, 2007, 10:42 AM   #62
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You have a professional company with the gear make your mass copies.
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Old January 3rd, 2008, 01:02 PM   #63
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On that same concept, will a regular DVD duplication house be able to duplicate a DVD-5 with HD-DVD content? It seems like they should. What do you guys/gals think?

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Old January 3rd, 2008, 05:03 PM   #64
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On that same concept, will a regular DVD duplication house be able to duplicate a DVD-5 with HD-DVD content? It seems like they should. What do you guys/gals think?

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I don't see why not, but then again, I don't know anything about the DVD duplication process. I'd make SURE though, before I put the money down to have this done, that it worked in most (if not all, because there aren't that many) standalone HD-DVD players.
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Old January 4th, 2008, 03:40 PM   #65
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On that same concept, will a regular DVD duplication house be able to duplicate a DVD-5 with HD-DVD content? It seems like they should. What do you guys/gals think?

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You should have no problem as it is still a dvd-r that happens to have data encoded for hd-dvd.

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Old January 28th, 2008, 12:22 PM   #66
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making a blu ray

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DVD SP 4 User Manual (Page 22):

HD Video Assets
There are a variety of sources for HD video assets to use in your HD projects, with the most common being DVCPRO HD and HDV camcorders.
With DVCPRO HD, once you have finished editing the video, the result will need to be encoded to the HD MPEG-2 or H.264 video format.
With HDV, which is already compliant MPEG-2 HD video, you can edit the video in Final Cut Pro 5 and import the result directly in your HD projects.

I can't believe it myself, but in retrospect it makes sense. My Canon XH-A1 records to Mini-DV tape using HD MPEG-2 and DVD SP 4.1.2 requires HD MPEG-2 or H-264 files to burn HD-DVDs. What this means is that there is no need to encode using compressor, and that the footage captured from my camera will be identical to the footage displayed on the HD-DVD. The encoding happens only once in camera and thats it. No transcoding of any kind is needed.

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What about if i want to burn a blu ray disc? I cannot see any setting for it on the latest DVD STUDIO PRO.... thanks
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