Canon HF10 -> iMovie 09 -> blu-ray disc (; with Toast 10)
Frage von Dink: August 2009
I recorded with my Canon HF10 videos in various AVHDC. This I have now imported into iMovie 09, and cut synonymous rausgenommen the camera shake.
Now my question is, what format should I export the movie from iMovie to those with a toast to burn blu-ray?
I spent the iMovie file to iDVD and burned onto a DL DVD which was very disappointing .... (; 2 hours video). Missing Detaisl and synonymous in a lot of stair edges.
Or do I need hinzubekommen Pro Final Cut Express or Final Cut Pro to Pro meaningful and high quality export?
Antwort von idolum:
I've never burned ne Blu-Ray, but I believe that iMovie (and it does not use himself) no Blu-Ray can create file folders, so I would export them as uncompressed or Apple Intermediatec codec (; Deinterlaced) and then burn using Toast as Blu-Ray.
As for the DVD. Presumably therefore looks bad, because DVDs are interlaced, so interlaced in turn insist on computer screens looks like shit.
Game with the DVD so the DVD player app-off, or better yet use with VLC where the deinterlacer. This is on VLC better than the Apple DVD player.
If you want to export for the Internet or computers, always use Deinterlaced.