[Tig] Resolve dvd dailies question

Buck Bito buck at vtc-sf.com
Fri Sep 21 19:00:50 BST 2012

Hi Justin,
Since you are going out to prores, I'm going to assume you have FCS in
which case Compressor has a consumer-oriented preset I stumbled across the
other day (FCS2/2009) that will down-res to SD, transcode, build and burn
to DVD in one shot. So that would knock it down to a 2-step process (or 3
if you count dropping a disc in the drawer). I haven't used it personally,
but my guess is that it won't generate any obnoxious menu and will build
with a 'first-play' of title 1...
-Buck Bito

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On Fri, September 21, 2012 3:25 am, justin lovell wrote:
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> Hey guys,
> Can anyone recommend a good, fast workflow for creating dvd dailies from
resolve? Originating material is regular 16mm film scans 4x3.
> Currently I am rendering an hd prores,  then bringing it into after
effects.  Creating a ntsc 720x480 timeline scaling the image 43% and
rendering a cbr 7 mpeg 2 file.  Then taking that file into adobe encore
> building a dvd.   A bit of a long process.
> Other suggestions?
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