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a.) To get them in the same file, turn Multiplexing on
b.) Otherwise, import the elementary audio and video streams into Encore and place them in the same timeline
Sounds good, will click on that Multiplexing option ...
Thanks buddy! :)
Encore generally prefers the two separate files. I'd leave them that way.
I agree again :)
Yea, but I'm using Roxio Toast 9 on my Mac for this so I really did not need 2 files ;)
I still gotta learn how to use Encore, though I think I will be moving to Final Cut Studio before I do that ;)
> I still gotta learn how to use Encore, though I think I will be moving to Final Cut Studio before I do that
Keep in mind...Final Cut Studio currently only exports to HD-DVD (no Blu-Ray capabilities). HD-DVD is a dead format, so Encore is the only thing in it's class for authoring Blu-Ray right now. Roxio Toast 9 doesn't even come close.
Hmm, makes sense... I guess I'll just learn it then ;)
Encore is a very good program and easy to use. Adobe also has a forum just for it with a lot of great how-to articles and problem solving. As the Mac end of things is relatively new, there might not be as much OS-specific traffic yet, and most of the users there are on PC, so they may be able to only give you overviews, if you have an issue.
I'd also recommend Jeff Bellune's book, "Focal Easy Guide to Encore2." Yes, I know, it's written for Encore2, but about 95% of it will pertain to the generalities of the CSx versions, as well. Might have to "read-between-the-lines" a bit, but you will get a great overview. The book might also be in the "sale" bin on some on-line shops, since it's got "Encore2" in the name.
I also suggest spending a day, just reading the various articles in that forum. Nearly every aspect of Encore is covered someplace. It's broken into several sub-forums, so you can pick your subject and have a good read.
Thanks Hunt, will "hunt" :)