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Best way to burn MOV projects from FCP to DVD on Mac 10.8


KDE - Feb 1 2013
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Question:Best way to burn MOV projects from FCP to DVD on Mac 10.8

Summary: In this article, you will know how to export video from Final Cut Pro and burn the project to DVD on Mac 10.8 Mountain Lion.

In recent years, camcorders and Cameras are very popular in people's lives now, many users tend to use it to memorize unforgettable moments in life, like wedding ceremony, graduation ceremony, speech contest, singer contest and wonderful family get together.

You must have used cameras or camcorders recorded many HD videos which are in different video format, like AVI, MP4, MOV, MTS, M2TS, MXF, etc. You may have imported videos to FCP for editing, and then you can export videos from FCP and share with your family or friends. But, how to store the videos projects from final cut pro on Mac? Burn Final Cut Pro project MOV to DVD disc or backup or playback is very good choice. As many people don’t know how to burn FCP project to DVD on Mac mountain Lion 10.8, this guide will show you the easy way, just follow it.

May be you have no experience in burn video to DVD on Mac, here I recommend you to try Pavtube DVD Creator for Mac, it can convert common video formats like AVI, MP4, MKV, WMV, MOV to DVD for free on your Mac.

Now Pavtube DVD Creator for Mac adds support for FCP project MOV files burning, it can burn single file or folder structure videos, you can burn Final Cut Pro project to DVD in few steps, just follow it:

1. Export Final Cut Pro projects to MOV files in advance. When finished editing in Final Cut Pro, click File > Export > QuickTime Movie…to export your FCP project to MOV files on your Mac.

2.Install Pavtube FCP MOV to DVD Creator for Mac, connect your DVD Writer and insert a blank DVD. Add the FCP exported MOV files into the program. Or you can just drag & drop the MOV files into it for burning.

http://www.pavtube.com/dvd-creator-mac/

3.To create another Title, click the "Add Title" button and add more source videos. Please notice the size indicator at the bottom, if exceed the red line, you are suggested change to DVD9 or remove some videos. Edit movie clip and Customize your DVD menu. You can edit your videos with trim, crop, watermark, effect settings, audio replacing settings features.

4.Pavtube DVD Creator for Mac enables you to custom a DVD menu to fully access your Final Cut Pro video on DVD disc. There are three built-in DVD menu templates under "Menu" tab for you to choose from.

5.Preview and burn MOV files to DVD on Mac. Switch to "Preview" tab to have a look at the final playback effect of your DVD. Once you are satisfied, go to "Burn" tab to set settings like video standard (PAL or NTSC), audio channels (5.1 channels, Mono, Stereo), output settings, disc label, and DVD drive.

http://www.pavtube.com/guide/convert-camcorder-video-to-dvd-free.html

For detail steps, you can take this final cut pro project to DVD guide on Pavtube official website as example.

http://www.pavtube.com/guide/burn-final-cut-pro-projects-to-dvd-on-mac.html





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