Boy, can we ever. The choices for exporting the final production can be over whelming. Should the final disk be a DVD-Video? In NTSC or PAL? A CD-ROM with perhaps a wmv or mpeg1 or mpeg4 file for use in a PowerPoint? Should the final be a QuickTime movie for streaming, a Flash file for web site imbedding,   a Prores422 file on a DVD-ROM for another designer or broadcaster, what screen size? What digital audio sample rate? How many bitplanes?   How many frames per second? Is it going to wind up on an iPod?, YouTube? Intra-net? C to C can encode the final approved video into any of thousands of different specs and place it on whatever optical media you'd like.