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Making a DVD with help from Compressor

You have just edited your last piece in Final Cut Pro that will be used in your first DVD resume ever, and now it's time to export all of your material in the proper format to ensure the highest quality DVD possible. Follow these steps:

Go to File > Export Using Compressor. Select your file from within Compressor and place your setting to 'MPEG-2 60 Minute High Quality Encode' and then slide over to the right of the menu and choose 'all.' Two items will appear for each piece of video because sound and video will be exported separately.

These files are now ready to be brought into DVD Studio Pro. In DVD Studio Pro, click on 'File', 'Import' and 'Asset'. Highlight both the sound and video files for each piece of and choose 'Import'. These files should now show in DVD Studio Pro's assets window.
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