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    Hi, I am pissed in fact I made a short film with a production box but does not fund the creation of support for my film hd. Either this is not the pb I turned 8 min film in HD with a Canon 5D, my film with calibration and mixing weighs 9 go. I bought a blu ray burner to be able to support my movie on HD Blu Ray physics what. Already the first issue I did not spend my money for nothing in fact it can compress 18.0 Mbps MPEG-2 HD to DVD and burn less is it a really good blu ray? My intuition would say yes but I am not. Second and last question i want to burn my movie on Blu Ray without compression or burning software I compress my movie 1, 43 GB, so I wonders it was possible to keep my film in its original format to keep the quality up?

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    We do not fours thank you!

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    Hello, I am sorry to return to the charge but it is really important for me to send my film and delays sending end is fast approaching. That is if you know a way to burn a movie 10GB without compression or at least minimally compress Blu Ray would be great. Currently I Toast Titanium serious.

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    Well, I am not specialist / video compression but given the number of responses MPEG-2 is not really made for HD what is the original format of the video? Account you do true DVD / BR video or store the raw file on the disk may be sufficient in which case there is no compression additive? gross in it must even go on a double layer DVD! 8.54 DVD double damage just missed. I can only advise you to repost your topic in the cat. Next you will have far more answers.

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    A big thank you to you for your answer SH4 Origon X. So I intend to make a real BR video for viewing my film or my big problem finished film is developed mov, I did it with Final Cut Pro 7.

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    Then I can not help you I have never done but I think you get the answers quickly in the right cat.

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    Hello, Given your questions I think you know a little bit more than me. I am having trouble understanding who does what I m explains I made a video My friends ask me a dvd. I recorded a PAL and NTSC prime concern When I want to edit the video add an image lecturing I have a result all rotten. worry Second when I pass the video on the cathode of a friend pictures are terrible what should I do?

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