Rendering Menu:Menu 4,Language:1... In 2004 The DVD Forum has chosen the AAC audio format as the standard for DVD Audio. There is no use in de-interlacing. Use Compressor to create your AC3, and set the dialog normalization setting to -31db (press return after typing it in to ensure it 'sticks'). my review here
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 I've managed to get my multi-angled tracks' GOPs conformed, etc... Thank you.Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: Trying to burn an HD DVD using DVD STUDIO PRO 4, but recieving video bit-rate errorby John Pale on Nov 13, 2011 at 1:24:41 amNo. And the problem isn't just with the video streams in your tracks. http://www.kenstone.net/discussions/read.php?3,44486,44494
It is happening at the point in the build "Muxing VTS_01_1.VOB" What am I missing? Also, it's noticable as I have done some freezes on video during acton where a lot of jittering occurs on the TV screen which adds to the horrible effect more than However, DVD players were never optimized to have uncompressed audio *alongside* a video track which is why the AC3/Dolby compression format was created almost 20 years ago.
Apple Hardware Apple Desktops Apple Notebooks Apple TV Other Hardware and Peripherals Developer Playground iOS Development OS X - Development and Darwin « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Information This same scheme applies to the Blu-Ray spec; while bitrates are significantly highly for BR both in audio and video compressed audio is still the authoring standard, period. I will try your settings but I have a hunch, it is the menu design... I may have to really put some extra care in designing the Menu... I had no Well, of course.
You need an HD format to preserve HD quality. Dvd Studio Pro Video Bitrate Too High Error BluRay is the only HD disc that can easily be played.Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: Trying to burn an HD DVD using DVD STUDIO PRO 4, but recieving video bit-rate errorby DVD players can't handle more than about 10 Mbps for the combined bitrate of all streams in a single track--including audio and subtitles, and even less for tracks containing multiple angles. http://www.lafcpug.org/phorum/read.php?5,194941,247582 Will give very different results.Click to expand...
Those recorders are designed to capture and record *tracks* not create a fully authored disc with menus, subtitle functions, alt-angles etc. The layer-break happens at the near end of this particular track track, however the issue arises from the beginning of the track. Try using different media for the burn; Ridata and Verbatim seem to be the media of choice. It also involves audio streams, multiple angles and even subtitles.
Apple Info Site Map Hot News RSS Feeds Contact Us Copyright © Apple Inc. why not find out more The project is only 3.9 gb encoded at 6.0/7.8 so it's not a size issue. Dvd Studio Pro Bitrate Too High Error Or am I missing something else? __________________ Mike Barber "I'm laughing to stop myself from screaming." March 19th, 2008, 07:19 PM #4 Mike Barber Major Player Join Date: One byte equals 8 bits, so that's 4,200 MB, which, divided by 1,024, comes out to about 4.102 GB.
I even tried to divide the (two chapter) project into 1 chapter each so that it would have to burn to 2 disks... this page bogiesan Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. What is the "Bit rate" and "Max bit rate" set at. Useful Searches Recent Posts Options Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion
I have done some research, and I haven't found anything compatible with APple. In reality, your build with AIFF's *might* have played fine on newer players, DVDSP4 knows the limitations of the ISO spec and has built-in limits to prevent a bad build-out. At the same time, however, I also went through the original encode and found the real culprit. get redirected here Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Mike Klausmeier, Mike Klausmeier Sep 1, 2010 6:18 PM in response to Hal MacLean Level 1 (9 points) iWork Sep 1, 2010
I thought it might be a problem with too many I frames. Both AC3 and AAC will play fine on a DVD. Thanks, as always, for your help.
I even asked the apple store and they couldn't reccommend anything. But this assumes that you have only one audio stream in your track and one angle. (Incidentally, subtitles in general take up a negligible amount of bandwidth, something along the lines the files total size was 404mb. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
The answer is simple: the DVDSP audio encoder makes sure that the maximum Bit Rate of the AIFF files never exceeds the Bit Rate limitations of the DVD specification. And When you change that I believe it changes for the entire project menus and all. You reduce chances of this happening if you use Compressor v2 or 3... useful reference Often this will not be obvious and you'll have done everything according to the book, but your encoding software fails you.