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Ok, so we know that Mac just cannot support burning blu-ray discs at this point, but you're wondering how your colleagues are taking their projects from Final Cut Pro and burning them onto Blu-Ray discs?  Simple, especially now, that Final Cut Studio 3 has a newer version of Compressor that can encode and deliver onto Blu-Ray.

In a recent article from MacVideo magazine, the LG BE06 "is a breakthrough product for video editors.  It let's you burn 25 or 50 GB Blu-ray media from a Mac for archiving purposes."  Although  you can't use it to view a Blu-ray disc, you can use it to burn one.

LGBE06.gifFor just around $400, the LG BE06 comes with a nice little bonus feature too:  LightScribe Disc Labeling, which is a laser printing technology that lets you create silkscreenlike labels right inside the drive.

Check out this article on DVD Authoring with HD media too.

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