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To often I hear people say the output a movie out of Final Cut Pro, and Burn a DVD using iDVD. The common reason for doing so, is that it is more difficult to burn a DVD out of DVD Studio Pro. I disagree. If you drag directly from the Finder into the open Track in the Graphical view when DVD Studio Pro opens, set the track as the first play, and hit burn, it is a grand total of 3 clicks and seven seconds. DVD Studio Pro can be much more complex, but it can also be very simple.

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It is also important to realize that iDVD only does a single pass encode. DVD Studio Pro does a two pass encode, and will allow you to bring in pre encoded material. This will allow you to use Compressor to do the best quality encode, and then use DVD Studio Pro to author the DVD. It will still be just a three click process to produce a DVD using DVD Studio Pro.

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Using the Extend tool to improve workflow was the previous entry in this blog.

Creating chapters in iDVD is the next entry in this blog.

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