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  1. When I switch to 720 it defaults to 1500 kbps, but when I try to change the bitrate to anything higher or anything lower it jumps to 7500 kbps and the only way for me to change it back from 7500 kbps is by changing from 720p to a different resolution and then back to 720p.
  2. ExtendedCarbon

    What Is The Highest Bitrate You Can Record In?

    I have a pretty beefy computer, and a Roxio coming my way. I want to record in the highest settings possible and to do that I need to know which bitrate is the highest I can go.
  3. Howdy, I've just purchased my first blu-ray drive from OWC and purchased the fabulous Toast 11 with the blu-ray plug-in. I noticed that the maximum bit-rate option for authoring blu-ray discs is 26mbps: http://i.imgur.com/TmX4M.png However, I notice that commercial movies typically play at a max of around 32mbps as I've seen with The Avengers and Prometheus. Is there a way to go beyond 26mbps or another piece of software that'll do that? thanks.
  4. Jabberwockxeno

    Bitrate For Maximum Quality.

    I'll admit, I don't understand bitrate as a concept that well. In my head, if you have to display 1000 frames of video at 30 frames per second, then you should be loading whatever data is needed per frame with enough time to spare for a smooth transition. Any faster is uneeded, any lower is deterimental. And it should be deterimined not by a file, but by the processing power of the device playing it. That's the end result when it comes to FPS anyways, right? Anyways, what bitrate is good for the max quality possible, for both/either 720p, 1080i and p? Would any other settings change the answer? Thanks!
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