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It's the rules! However I still don't understand why it was telling me the video bitrate was too high. TNX gno Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Movies and Video Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Community Information Center News and Community Announcements It is possible to replace those compression markers, should you need to, but this is a tedious process. have a peek here
Log In Create A New Profile Message List New Topic Print View Reply Quote DVDSP Error Message - "Video Bit Rate Too High" Out of Ideas (July 08, 2014 01:14AM) rgo So work it out. Either way, the result can cost you time or money. I downloaded the demo, however seems to crash when I try to open the VIDEO_TS folder! __________________ Mike Barber "I'm laughing to stop myself from screaming." March 20th, 2008, 10:30 http://www.kenstone.net/discussions/read.php?3,44486,44494
so it's definitely the audio. Page: 1 2 Next Page Related Keywords:dvd studio pro, bitrate, bit rates, encoding, video bit rate too high error, mpeg-2, a.pack Source:Digital Media Online. It's beneficial to run audio through A.Pack for two reasons: The space taken by A.Pack encoded audio is much smaller, which leaves more space for video, which means a higher bitrate, When I make demo discs for clients that are very short, I have created some presets at 7.2Mbps but due to the VBR scheme that Compressor uses I must use AC3
What is your muxing bitrate set at? I have dropped in the system and version info below I have been successful in burning many other projects, however this one has me stumped. I haven't had time to look into it further, but will gladly follow any ideas anyone has. Moderators: John Foley, Graeme Nattress, Hal MacLean, Jake, Adolfo Rozenfeld   Web lafcpug.org Web Hosting by Hermosawave Recycle computers and electronics This forum is powered by Phorum.
Subscribe to Mac Alert The Blog Zone Start A Wiki! Dick Osso Reply Quote Re: DVDSP Error Message - "Video Bit Rate Too High" Out of Ideas (July 08, 2014 04:55AM) Ken Stone Admin Hi Dick, That will do it every Technically, to be perfect to spec, they should all be able to handle the max on 10080k combined, but not everything is perfect. http://www.lafcpug.org/phorum/read.php?5,194941,247582 Compressor nor any other software-based encoder can replicate what a hardware encoder can do, which is what you've got in those combo machines.
And 6.1 and 6.5's are rather high...if the time average of all three of your clips was say 60 mins, then according to the handy BitRate Budget Calculator, You should have A hundred minutes is 6,000 seconds. I've checked the FCP time line to make sure there are exact cut points in both video tracks, and they are all exact. Use code 2pop2012 on these titles.
Does anybody else have some insight? DVDSP4 while not 100% able to author every aspect of the DVD spec is built around the DVD/ISO specification which, by preference wants to see a compressed audio codec for proper Drag your .aif file you exported from your FCP project to the 'Left' box and 'Right' box. no errors...
Multiply that by 5.6 (the combined bitrate for audio and video), and you get 33,600. navigate here In fact, if it were possible (and it's not, so don't worry about trying to figure out how) to take these hardware encoders and grab the MPEG-2 file it creates and Reply Quote Max Re: Video bit rate too high - Error message December 18, 2007 01:18PM Registered: 10 years ago Posts: 33 Hello again, I thought that it might be a Compressor can do AC3.
Same error. ~!? It's under "Dolby Digital". Home/Forum New Posts Unanswered Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Articles Product Reviews Advertise Contact Us Deals Advanced Search Forum Digital Lifestyle Movies and Video DVD Studio Pro Check This Out Best wishes, Ronny Reply Quote Re: DVDSP Error Message - "Video Bit Rate Too High" Out of Ideas (July 08, 2014 10:28AM) Joe Redifer AIFF is CBR, not VBR.
Comment Post Cancel Previous Next Footer Collapse Help Contact Us Go to top Powered by vBulletin Version 5.2.4 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. A 4.7 GB disc really only holds 4.377 GB. My project is just four 30-second spots.
March 19th, 2008, 07:07 PM #3 Mike Barber Major Player Join Date: May 2006 Location: Toronto ON Canada Posts: 731 Quote: Originally Posted by Robert Lane Remember that when
Reply Quote Re: Muxing Bitrate Too High Error ¬†on DVD SP4 10 years, 7 months ago #9502 Man_with_many_Hats OFFLINE Trainee PA Posts: 7 Karma: 0 Hello Martin, I have tried about I use a quality setting of 192kbps. Drag it through a bitrate reader and see if the max really is capped at 9, or if it goes higher or lower. Thanks All the Best... :-[ Reply Quote Re: Muxing Bitrate Too High Error on DVD SP4 10 years, 7 months ago #9493 Martin_Iverson OFFLINE Producer Posts: 1943 Karma: 1 This begs
I thought it might be a problem with too many I frames. iTunes? So, if your video is 100 minutes, the maximum bitrate would be 560/100=5.6 Mbps. this contact form Higher bit rates don't necessarily mean better content, just larger files once encoded.
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Uncheck Export Audio. AIFFs encode much faster than AC3 which is why I like to use them when possible (not much anymore). By holding your pointer over the button you will see the button number, the asset it is connected to and the chapter marker that has been assigned. The color of the fade depends on what DVDSP template youíre using. 4.
Drag and drop the movie on to a menu drop zone. With either setting the blacks and colors are richer, but do a test and view the results on a properly adjusted NTSC monitor to make the sure the blacks aren't crushed I encoded at 2 pass 3.7 Mbps bit rate, and received the error: When I try to build and burn I get: Bit rate too high, so as per manual I No.
visit the preferences > Encoding pane to do this. The time now is 10:49 AM. Forum Video Mac DVDSP: "Video Bitrate Too High" + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 13 of 13 DVDSP: "Video Bitrate Too High" Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page On a 733mHz G4 it took 23 hours.
This can lead to better compatibility with DVD players that may choke on higher bitrates causing stuttering, freezes and pixelization. 3.) Back in FCP4, again with your timeline open, go to