Final Cut Pro 7: problem creating Blu Ray disc

Hello, I've a problem using FInal Cut Pro 7. I want to create a Blu Ray disc using the "Share" function, but during the process - after many hours - appears this warning message: "SHARE WARNING - NSEXPETION RAISED BY 'NSPORT TIMEOUT EXCEPTION' REASON = CONNECTION TIMEOUT: DID NOT RECEIVE REPLY". Someone can help me? What does it mean? Thanks! P.S. Duration of my film (in the timeline): 35 minutes.

Yes. It will only burn Blu-Ray if it is the Pro version though.
Compressor will also burn the Blu-Ray if you set it up to do so: section=3%26tasks=true

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