Broadcasting To The Masses At La Porte Ouverte Chretienne Each mass is attended by more than 2,000 people, and "virtually" by thousands more, as services are also streamed live to the church's website. For an even wider reach, church services are published on DVD within a week. Jéry Vannieu (Vanniewenhuyse) is the technical director at La Porte Ouverte Chrétienne. With a background in audiovisual technology, Mr. Vannieu has worked in audiovisual production as a freelance technical event director for concerts, youth gatherings and festivals for more than 10 years. Already a member of La Porte Ouverte Chrétienne, he was delighted to be invited to collaborate on audiovisual projects involving multiple media, including TV and streaming live to the Internet. ...Read More »
BurnWorld`s Holiday Blu-Ray/DVD Contest Going On Now By Rob Boirun, BurnWorld Starting today Dec 7, 2011 through Dec 30 is running a Holiday Blu-Ray giveaway contest featuring a Toshiba Wi-Fi Blu-Ray disc player valued over $100 and a few licenses of the recently released 123 Copy DVD Platinum HD 2012 and 123 Copy DVD Gold 2012, values at $70 and $50 respectively. ...Read More »
BurnWorld's Summer DVD Burning Contest Going On Now Starting today Sept 2, 2011 through Sept 15 is running a contest by giving away a Samsung Slim External DVD Writer that is perfect for those that want to take optical media on the go. ...Read More »
Basics for Working with DVD Video By Rob Boirun, BurnWorld On a typical day I usually receive around 5-7 emails about how to do a certain DVD burning tasks. To me these are simple answers and over the years I just assumed that the answers I was providing is now common knowledge. However this is clearly not the case as more and more people are just starting to get familiar with their DVD burners. So I decided to write about some of the hidden 'secrets' that everyone should know about while working with your DVD burner. ...Read More »
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 »
DVD Burning Software - Free vs Paid? By Rob Boirun, BurnWorld When you are evaluating the very best free software for DVD burning on Windows it's important to understand what is offered inside a free version over a paid version. While this article will explain several free burning apps and their benefits, I'll also explain a few paid options as well, as to what they offer over the freeware counterparts. ...Read More »
G-Technology G-Drive mobile 500GB By John Virata G-Technology has a new mobile drive targeted at users of Apple's MacBook Pro that is built around the FireWire 800 interface and a 5400rpm Hitachi hard drive. Called the G Drive mobile, the portable FireWire drive is formatted for Apple computers and is a Time Machine Ready 500GB drive. The drive features a new piano black top while the sides and bottom are brushed aluminum, in part to match Apple's line of aluminum MacBook Pro notebook computers. ...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 »
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 »
Complete Training for Episode and Episode Pro: Output Format Web By Nate Caplin In this clip, host Nate Caplin discusses output formats, what to offer based on the expectations of your audience. He details some websites that employ the various video formats supported by Episode; Flash, Windows Media, and QuickTime. He details the benefits of each format, and what user requirements would be. He also discusses video streaming versus progressive download videos versus real time streaming. He then focuses on Web delivery download formats. ...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 »
Call Box's DVD Studio Pro: Special Edition Training DVD By Heath McKnight DVD creation is still going strong, and two of the best tools to get the most out of your DVD authoring is Call Box's DVD Studio Pro: Special Edition training DVD (for advanced users) and the Xerox CD/DVD Duplicator to help burn and copy those discs. ...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 »
Keynote 2008 Essential Training: Instant Alpha By David Rivers In this video training series, host David Rivers discusses the new image adjustment to now found in Keynote 08 and that is the Alpha tool. He brings in a new logo to show that it is really not blended in with the background of the slide. He then shows how to use the new instant Alpha feature to remove the background altogether. ...Read More »
Primera Bravo SE Disc Publisher and Roxio`s Toast 9 Titanium By Heath McKnight Anyone involved with video editing will appreciate just how fast and convenient the Primera Bravo SE Disc Publisher that supports burning Blu-rays/DVDs/CDs really is. Using the onboard software (Discribe for Mac, PTPublisher for Windows), it's the perfect set of tools for those looking to burn multiple discs. A perfect complement is Roxio's Toast 9 Titanium, which now supports Blu-ray Disc (BD) creation and burning. ...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 »
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