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Recovering Data on Your Mac By Rob Boirun, BurnWorld Recovering data from your Mac can be quite difficult once the Trash folder is emptied. In many cases, getting back personal files on your Mac may result in only a partial recovery of your files and folders if you don't take the correct steps. ...Read More »
How to Convert MPEG to DVD on Mac OS X By WIKI This step-to-step guide helps you to convert MPEG file to DVD on Mac and the output files can be played on a TV or on portable and home DVD players. ...Read More »
What is ISO, Play ISO Image on Mac, Copy DVD Movies to ISO on Mac on Mac By WIKI I. What is ISO Image? An ISO image is an archive file (also known as a disk image) of an optical disc in a format defined by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). This format is supported by many software vendors. ISO image files typically have a file extension of .iso. The name ISO is taken from the ISO 9660 file system used with CD-ROM media, but an ISO image can also contain UDF file system because UDF is backward-compatible with ISO 9660. ...Read More »
What is ISO, Play ISO Image on Mac, Copy DVD Movies to ISO on Mac on Mac By WIKI I. What is ISO Image? An ISO image is an archive file (also known as a disk image) of an optical disc in a format defined by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). This format is supported by many software vendors. ISO image files typically have a file extension of .iso. The name ISO is taken from the ISO 9660 file system used with CD-ROM media, but an ISO image can also contain UDF file system because UDF is backward-compatible with ISO 9660. ...Read More »
Diana's Top 10 Final Cut Pro 7 Features #3: Exporting Blu-ray Discs By Diana Weynand Are you creating a project in HD? Want to export it to an HD disc? Well now you can. With Final Cut Pro 7, you can now use the Share function to export a sequence to Blu-ray disc. ...Read More »
Compress DVD9 Movies to DVD5 Discs on the Macintosh By WIKI Do you have trouble compressing DVD9 to DVD5 on Mac? Professional DVD Copy Pro can help you fast copy and compress D9 Movies to D5 without losing original quality. It can also provide 3 types of copying (Main Movie Copy, Customized Copy and Full Copy), which will satisfy your specific copying needs, especially for backup. ...Read More »
Love story: my parents' 25th anniversary DVD presentation By WIKI When I was a child, my family wasn't rich at all, but I just remembered that no matter how difficult it was, my father and mother loved each other very much. They worked hard to bring me up and give the best to me. Therefore, the happy scene will never fade from my memory. Now, next weekend is my parents' 25th silver anniversary. As their sweet heart, I plan to give a surprise to them with a silver anniversary DVD presentation. ...Read More »
Mac Workflow: Create a Blu-Ray disc with Roxio Toast 10 Titanium Pro By Heath McKnight It's very easy to create a basic Blu-ray Disc (BD) on a Mac with Roxio Toast 10 Titanium Pro and OWC's Mercury Pro BD/DVD/CD Burner. Last time, I explained how to do this with Adobe Encore CS4 and Apple Final Cut Pro 6 (FCP) with great results ...Read More »
Create and Burn Blu-ray Discs Using Final Cut Pro 6, Adobe Encore CS4 and OWC Mercury Pro BD/DVD/CD Burner By Heath McKnight One of the biggest complaints for Final Cut Pro (FCP) editors is the inability to create and burn Blu-ray Discs (BDs) with Macs. Windows apps seem to have all the fun with built-in BD creation/burning software (like Sony Vegas Pro and others). This article aims to help you create those BDs using FCP, Adobe Encore CS4 for Mac, and the excellent Other World Computing Mercury Pro BD/DVD/CD Burner. ...Read More »
Encoding to Blu ray from Final Cut Pro 6 By Heath McKnight Are you working with Blu-ray on an Apple, perhaps with Toast, or maybe you're using Adobe Encore CS4 for Mac, but you're editing high definition (HD) footage with Final Cut Pro 6.x. How do you encode it to Blu-ray? ...Read More »
Create DVD Menus for Your Presentations By WIKI Burning PowerPoint to DVD is a good solution of preserving PowerPoint presentations and preventing them from being edited by others. Also, by burning PowerPoint to DVD is ideal for viewing PowerPoint presentations through various media. But have you ever thought that you can create DVD menus for your presentations to be viewed on TV with a DVD remote control just like a movie? ...Read More »
Edit in Media Composer and create DVDs in DVD Studio Pro By Kevin McAuliffe For the last of my three part series, I'm going to take a look at using Avid's Media Composer (MC) to edit with, and DVD Studio Pro to create your DVDs, and the process you will go through to create your DVDs. ...Read More »
DVD-9 Compatibility By Craig Elliott Hanna With the advent of inexpensive desktop DVD authoring applications, it's now possible for almost anyone to make a DVD on their MAC or PC. And with replication facilities accepting recordable DVDs as masters, the workflow has become even easier and more streamlined than in the past. But just because you can make a DVD that plays on your computer or set top DVD player at home, doesn't mean when you replicate and distribute your DVD it will work correctly or play on most or a majority of DVD players. ...Read More »
PPT2DVD - PPT to DVD with DVD menu enhanced By WIKI Burning PowerPoint to DVD is a good idea for preserving presentations or extending the use of PowerPoint. You can either burn PowerPoint files to DVD disc directly, or convert it to video or DVD and then burn them to DVD disc. Converting PPT to DVD is different from converting PPT to video. To know the benefits of converting PowerPoint presentation to DVD comparing with converting to video, the best way is to understand the DVD structure. ...Read More »
5 methods to save PowerPoint onto DVD By WIKI Time and time again, friends asked me how to burn PowerPoint presentations onto DVD. One of them created a compelling PowerPoint photo slideshow with music and movie clips embedded, but he had no choice but attached the huge package in the email to send it to others for sharing. So it is necessary to write a comprehensive guide to help guys to burn PowerPoint onto DVD for easily distribute and share. ...Read More »
Encore DVD 2.0 Essential Training: Audition By Chad Perkins In this clip, host Chad Perkins discusses how to work with Audition and Adobe Encore. He begins with a discussion on using the Edit Original feature in Adobe Audition, Adobe's audio editing application. ...Read More »
Encore DVD 2.0 Essential Training: Dynamic Link By Chad Perkins In this clip, host Chad Perkins discusses the Dynamic Link feature in Adobe Production Studio. It is not a feature of the Encore DVD demo/standalone. It comes only with the premium edition of Production Studio. ...Read More »
Encore DVD 2.0 Essential Training: Photoshop By Chad Perkins In this clip, host Chad Perkins discusses how to work with Photoshop and Adobe Encore. The DVD menus in Encore are essentially just Photoshop files, and Chad shows you how to launch Photoshop from within Encore. ...Read More »
Encore DVD 2.0 Essential Training: Creating Timelines By Chad Perkins In this clip, host Chad Perkins talks about creating timelines in Encore DVD. As he mentioned earlier in the training, you can't just have videos by themselves in the Encore DVD project, they have to be stored in timelines. ...Read More »
Encore DVD 2.0 Essential Training: TV Standards By Chad Perkins In this clip, host Chad Perkins talks about the importance of TV standards, and how you need to ensure that assets are NTSC/PAL compliant. He discusses the NTSC/PAL television standards, and what the difference between the standards are. ...Read More »
Encore DVD 2.0 Essential Training: Creating Timelines By Chad Perkins In this clip, host Chad Perkins talks about creating timelines in Encore DVD. As he mentioned earlier in the training, you can't just have videos by themselves in the Encore DVD project, they have to be stored in timelines. ...Read More »
Encore DVD 2.0 Essential Training: DVD Elements By Chad Perkins In this clip, host Chad Perkins covers the already made DVD elements that make up your project, such as menus, timelines, and slideshows. He shows how to import images as a Slideshow, and shows how the assets that make up the slideshow are also imported into Encore as elements, which you can then use in different parts of the project, such as a Menu. ...Read More »
Encore DVD 2.0 Essential Training: Bit budgeting balancing act By Chad Perkins In this clip, host Chad Perkins covers the balancing act of bid budgeting, that balance between file size and quality. This is a constant as a DVD author. He covers more technical data as far as transcoding is concerned and offers up some great tips with regard to bit budgeting. ...Read More »
Encore DVD 2.0 Essential Training: The Interface By Chad Perkins In this video, host Chad Perkins discusses the basics of the Encore 2.0 interface, covering such things as Encore's panels, buttons, menu items and so forth. He covers the new docked palettes, now called panels. He shows how to resize panels, create a custom workspace, and other neat tricks. ...Read More »
Encore DVD 2.0 Essential Training: Introduction to Encore DVD 2.0 By Chad Perkins This video covers what Encore DVD is, what you can do with it, what's the point of the software. Host Chad Perkins covers the essentials of Encore, what you can use it to do, such as catalog and remember life's most significant events. Just about anything in the DVD specification can be done in Encore DVD. ...Read More »
Understanding the Export Options in Premiere Pro CS3 By Jeff Schell In this week's podcast, Host Jeff Schell walks you through the many options available for exporting your finished program in Premiere Pro CS3. Jeff explains when to use each option, and the differences between exporting via File > Export > Movie, and File > Export > Adobe Media Encoder. ...Read More »
Don`t get Burned by PowerPoint ?Burn it First -- December 04, 2007-- We suddenly find out that a number of people in the world are burning PowerPoint to DVD, since we live in a world with the mentality of a herd; everyone else wants to do this. But for what, why? I believe many of them are confused. Well, what is rational is actual and what is actual is rational. There are must be some advantages to do so. ...Read More »
Compressor 2.1 Essential Training: Trouble-shooting By Larry Jordan Apple's version of its video and audio compression application, Compressor 2.1, packs a lot of new features and produces smaller video files for publishing to the Web or DVD. In this tutorial, Apple-certified instructor Larry Jordan shares workflows and techniques to help DVD Studio Pro and Final Cut Pro users master media compression. The training covers how to work with markers, create custom destinations, improve video and audio quality, customize both interface and settings preferences, and more. ...Read More »
Compressor 2.1 Essential Training: Changing the Preferences By Larry Jordan Apple's version of its video and audio compression application, Compressor 2.1, packs a lot of new features and produces smaller video files for publishing to the Web or DVD. In this tutorial, Apple-certified instructor Larry Jordan shares workflows and techniques to help DVD Studio Pro and Final Cut Pro users master media compression. The training covers how to work with markers, create custom destinations, improve video and audio quality, customize both interface and settings preferences, and more. ...Read More »
Compressor 2.1 Essential Training: Compression Task Overview By Larry Jordan Apple's version of its video and audio compression application, Compressor 2.1, packs a lot of new features and produces smaller video files for publishing to the Web or DVD. In this tutorial, Apple-certified instructor Larry Jordan shares workflows and techniques to help DVD Studio Pro and Final Cut Pro users master media compression. The training covers how to work with markers, create custom destinations, improve video and audio quality, customize both interface and settings preferences, and more. ...Read More »
Compressor 2.1 Essential Training: Advanced Compression Techniques By Larry Jordan Apple's video and audio compression application, Compressor 2.1, packs a lot of new features and produces smaller video files for publishing to the Web or DVD. In this tutorial, Apple-certified instructor Larry Jordan shares workflows and techniques to help DVD Studio Pro and Final Cut Pro users master media compression. The training covers how to work with markers, create custom destinations, improve video and audio quality, customize both interface and settings preferences, and more. ...Read More »
Compressor 2.1 Essential Training: Advanced Compression Workflow By Larry Jordan Apple's latest version of its video and audio compression application, Compressor 2.1, packs a lot of new features and produces smaller video files for publishing to the Web or DVD. ...Read More »
Compressor 2.1 Essential Training: Compression Terms and Bit Budgeting By Larry Jordan Apple's latest version of its video and audio compression application, Compressor 2.1, packs a lot of new features and produces smaller video files for publishing to the Web or DVD. In this tutorial, Apple-certified instructor Larry Jordan shares workflows and techniques to help DVD Studio Pro and Final Cut Pro users master media compression. The training covers how to work with markers, create custom destinations, improve video and audio quality, customize both interface and settings preferences, and more. ...Read More »
Going from Premiere Pro to Encore to Flash is as easy as CS3 By David Basulto For the better part of 2005 I spent countless hours in front of my computer learning Flash. Since I wanted to create Flash sites, animations, and video, it was important I learn the ins and outs of the program. After much pain I finally got a decent grip on Actionscript. ...Read More »
Creating DVDs With Burnt-In Timecode... After The Fact!! By Kevin McAuliffe Writing these articles has really got me thinking about different ways of doing things. Recently, I was asked how to put burnt-in timecode onto a DVD that had already been authored, and there was no time to re-render and re-compress. With the speed of MacPro towers these days, editor logic tells us that the easiest way to do this would be to go back into FCP, drop a Timecode Generator Effect onto the timeline, re-render (as it is not realtime) and recompress for your DVD. Simple and straightforward. ...Read More »
Uncompressed HD Video to SD DVD - Quick and Simple By Kevin McAuliffe These days, I find that many editors are "over simplifying" things. What I mean by this is that in a lot of cases, if you sit down and think through the daily procedures that editors have, there are usually two or three different ways of doing many of the tasks we take for granted. One thing I find myself doing a lot of is creating SD DVDs from Uncompressed HD projects. ...Read More »
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