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The better option in SG is export to DPX sequence. Import it in Premiere and do the finishing touches (audio, transitions, fades, titles, etc). From Premiere export to Bluray or DVD.
Thank you for the reply. I will give that a try. But, I do find Speedgrade's render options rather confusing. What if I make a project in After Effects, let's say a time lapse and after I've built my project and timed my shots to a sound track ect. I want to improve the color in speedgrade. After applying my color correction in SP how would I ecport it to be playable on QuickTime or Windows Media player?