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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 Our Privacy Policy --- @ Copyright, 2015 Digital Media Online, All Rights Reserved

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Use code 2pop2012 on these titles. Multiply that by 5.6 (the combined bitrate for audio and video), and you get 33,600. HepworthRishabh RajanJoe AlbanoHollin JonesSteve HorelickG.W. On my computer (dual 2gHz G5) a 2 hour program takes less than 4 hours to encode. http://www.kenstone.net/discussions/read.php?3,44486,44494

I cannot get rid of the error message. Open the file called 'MPEG-2 90 min High Quality Encode' and select 'MPEG-2 90 min High Quality Encode' from within that file. 7.) Select Encoder > Quality. Ask here! (not via PM!) FAQs: Best Blank Discs Best TBCs Best VCRs for capture Restore VHS Quote 18th Dec 200509:37 #12 stavrosh View Profile View Forum but I see someone had this problem with 3.7 target bitrate.

Go to your DVD Studio Pro preferences and in the encoding tab lower the bit rate.Depending on the length of your project you may need to lower both the average and Reply Quote Re: DVDSP Error Message - "Video Bit Rate Too High" Out of Ideas (July 09, 2014 02:24PM) Alexander Just to clear things up AAC audio is for audio files This will leave you a 200mb cushion for menu data, since the total amount of usable space on a DVD-R is just over 4.3gb. 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:

Though they are very close, it is my third video stream that is the highest. Forgot your username? Does that mean it is at a particular spot since I've encoded 3 times, and it always happens at that point? http://www.lafcpug.org/phorum/read.php?5,194941,247582 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.

What's more, some players can't even handle that. Tags: None NoahKadner Expert Join Date: Oct 2003 Posts: 9063 #2 04-04-2006, 08:18 AM Re: Bitrate Too High? A max bitrate of 7 is too high, try a max of 6 to 6.5 with an average of 5. Select MPEG-2 from the menu.

I've never had this issue before and I am now on a client's system. What is your muxing bitrate set at? Every DVD player must be able to play it. Same error. ~!?

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 useful reference My bitrate's have been, 4-7,  4.5 - 8, 5- 6.5, 4 - 6.2, 4.2 - 6.8, 5 - 6.2, 5 - 7, 6 - 9, 4 - 6.2, etc. I dont understand how compressor would let me set the bit rate so high and then not let me burn --- Help !!!!!!!! During the build, I get the message "Compiler - Video Bit Rate Too High".

So work it out. And, of course, there are plenty of utilities out there to help you calculate your bitrate. With that in mind, I tried encoding the .mov through DVD Studio (same vbr rates) and the compiler completed successfully. my review here Bruce (Man with Many Hats) Reply Quote Re: Muxing Bitrate Too High Error on DVD SP4 10 years, 7 months ago #9503 Martin_Iverson OFFLINE Producer Posts: 1943 Karma: 1 Sounds like

I'm at a loss to explain this and none of my other FCP friends have run into this problem. I don't know what to do to further debug. Both my standalones were made around this time period, and I haven't made a disc higher than 7.0mbps, average around 4 -5 mbps [because of this rule].

So you have to be conservative when figuring out your the total bitrate you're going to shoot for, or you may wind up with problems when playing a disc on some

It's not making sense. @Robert: that book is certainly on my shopping list! __________________ Mike Barber "I'm laughing to stop myself from screaming." March 19th, 2008, 10:08 PM #5 And some can't even handle moderately high sustained bitrates without dropping frames. But at least you're pretty much safe. Drag and drop the movie on to a menu drop zone.

If you encode your audio to AC3 (Dolby Digital) and use a standard stereo file, you can keep the bitrate down to 192kbps... Reply Quote Tv Vet Re: Video bit rate too high - Error message February 01, 2010 03:25PM Registered: 6 years ago Posts: 10 How did you find this compression error. The first, of course, is whether your content will fit onto a single disc at any given bitrate. get redirected here Maybe you should be answering questions here.

This will ensure your audio comes out sounding the same as it went in with no attenuation for the dialogue sections. -- lafcpug mod Reply Quote Forum List Message List New This allows Compressor to be a standalone app and you can stay productive on another project in FCP while Compressor encodes in the background. 5.) Open Compressor. There is really no encoding going on if your source is AIFF and you store PCM audio on the DVD, because the two are really one and the same (except for Those recorders are designed to capture and record *tracks* not create a fully authored disc with menus, subtitle functions, alt-angles etc.