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    Exclamation Final Cut Pro to DVD Studio Pro

    I've just finished editing my short film with Final Cut Pro and am trying to export it to dvd studio pro. However, when I try to import the final cut pro file in dvd studio pro, it tells me that the format I am trying to import is incorrect.

    Is there a way to import a final cut pro file directly into dvd studio pro without compressing it into, say, a quicktime file? If not, in what format do I have to compress it in order to be able to write a dvd and lose as little quality as possible?

    I'm basically trying to create a decent dvd version of my film without reducing its quality. Thanks in advance!

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    I always use compressor first, so I can say. Hopefully some one else with a little more experience in that area will come along and give some input.
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