Final Cut Pro X - How to Make a Surround Sound Blu-Ray Disc

This workflow should be used on station 11 in CMA 4.138.  That has the BluRay burner connected and

Final Cut Pro X installed.

Open Final Cut Pro

Make a new project

Video 1080
1920 x 1080

Rendering Apple ProRes 422

Audio Surround 48KHz

Click OK

Note when you click on the
New project and look at the info about it

Click on the Info Icon and notice the timeline is surround 1920 x 1080 23.98

Then Import the quicktime to make the BluRay


Navigate to the surround file you would like to use

Once that file is imported check the info on that as well to confirm that it too is 1920 x 1080 23.98 surround

Drag the surround quicktime into the surround sound timeline you just made

Turn on the BluRay recorder

Load the BD-R disk (BluRay) disk

Click OK here

Click Ignore here or don't click anything

Click on the "Share Project" icon

Then choose Blu-ray / AVCHD

Choose Settings
>Output Device HL-DT-ST BD-RE or whatever your blu ray burner is called

Layers Single Layer – (short files) 25 gigs or less

Disc template Black good to use for

First Play choosing
>When disc loads: Play Movie

Double check that 5.1 surround audio is going to burn to the disc

>Then click on Share to start the burning

Click on the progress icon at the top left

Should see the progress of the task

When complete will get this note

Click OK

Will also get "Share Successful" when disc is finished burning.