I'm burning a Blu-ray for the first time using a Apple ProRes 422, 1920x1080 Quicktime, frame rate 24p. Using Toast Titanium 11, 'Best Quality' setting. When I play back on a Blu-ray player, the image looks great but the audio is out of sync. When I play the same Blu-ray on a Play Station 3, the audio is in sync, but the picture stutters.
Is my 'Best Quality' setting causing this? Should I go back down to 'Better Quality', which is the factory default? Or, on he other hand, should I be doing a Quicktime Conversion at of Final Cut Pro to change the Quicktime frame rate to 30fps or 29.97 fps? Or is there something else I may be missing in problem-solving this?
Thanks, in advance, for your advice.
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Last edited by brderby; 4th Nov 2011 at 18:16.
hang in there maybe a mac user will chime in.--
"a lot of people are better dead" - prisoner KSC2-303
Thread moved to the mac forum where you can get more responses.I think,therefore i am a hamster.
Does the prores version play fine?