Based on experience and advice here on the forums, I consider my current standard-def setup kind of the "Gold Standard" (Sony miniDV, capture using Scenealyzer Live over Firewire into separate DV-AVIs, edit in PRE, burn to folder, imgBurn to burn DVDs). I'm talking here in terms of making the whole video editing process under Premiere as smooth and reliable as possible.
However, it was more by dumb luck, trial-and-error, and forum advice than by any well-thought-out plan that I got to my current workflow.
Now as I look toward building an HD setup for PRE, I'm trying to have a more well-planned approach. So here's what I was thinking:
Is there anything missing? Is there anything that would do the job better/more effeciently? Would this setup be what you would recommend if you were starting from scratch?
Yes looks good. R.J Johnston found a way to burn Blu-ray to folder, well to a virtual drive, then later it can be burnt with ImgBurn.