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Ever since Apple became the first manufacturer to ship a computer with a DVD burner knocking out DVDs has become a crucial part of distributing video content produced on the Mac. DVD production requires a solid understanding of content preparation, authoring, and encoding

Distribution Movie of the Week

Bruce Nazarian shows how to make affordable Blu-Ray discs

Bruce Nazarian: DVD, Blu-ray and distribution expert (part 1)

Bruce Nazarian is regarded as an expert in DVD and Blu-ray technology. He is the President of the DVD Association, author of DVD Studio Pro 4 - the Complete Guide for Authoring with Macintosh (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2006), a trainer, consultant and CEO of Digital Media Consulting Group Inc. He is known as "The Digital Guy." Also featured are two presentations from FCPUG SuperMeets, where Bruce's skills and presence lights up the room, inspiring and motivating like no other.

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