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Target Bit Rate For 2hrs


Gary Walker

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I have a movie that is a Canopus HD-avi which is 1hr 56min.( my longest at 24000 is one and a half hr. which looks great) not sure it it will fit or do I need to reduce the bit rate, if so to what? Thanks for any help. Gary

 

 

just a few questions:

 

1.) are you talking about an BD or an DVD-project? I guess it´s an BD-project!

2.) what kind of audio are you using? PCM, AC3, stereo, 5.1??

 

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just a few questions:

 

1.) are you talking about an BD or an DVD-project? I guess it´s an BD-project!

2.) what kind of audio are you using? PCM, AC3, stereo, 5.1??

 

danny

 

 

sorry Danny, it's a BD project, using pcm audio, what's you thoughts on bit rate for just under two hrs. Gary

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sorry Danny, it's a BD project, using pcm audio, what's you thoughts on bit rate for just under two hrs. Gary

 

Hi Gary,

you could use 35MBit als your videobitrate. PCM audio have 1.5MBit as a stereo-file.

 

 

I burned a few BDs with these settings and checked them OK with my PS3.

 

I´m not sure if they are working with other BD-player (we all know the problem with higher video+audio-bitrates than 8,0-8,5MBit on DVD-/+R-medias). I haven´t checked yet, which bitrate you could use on BDs.

 

 

danny

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Hi Danny, due to my lack of "skills" I'm having a "bit" of a problem following you, if you could keep it simple for me, In DVD pro HD, under Project settings, HD transcoding, Target bit rate, the default setting is 24000 kbps, and I leave (sorry) the audio at Dolby Digital 384kbps. Question: for a two hr project to Blu-ray 25 gig. do I need to lower the bit rate to fit my movie to disc. (all of my projects were no longer that one and a half hrs. which the 24000 fits with room to spare, just don't know how much room, If i need to reduce the 24000, what should I reduce it to. Gary ...thanks for helping.

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