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rolleyes: Hello

Can anyone help me with mt2 files , dvd ip pro hd does not accept them.

From premiere elements If I export my timeline to MPEG HD 1080 I 30, elements outputs a file .m2t, if I rename these files to mpeg , they play nice on windows media player, but dvd it pro hd does not accept it either as .mt2 or renamed to mpeg.

Any idea. I already have several mt2 files.

Is there a profile for Premiere elements that will be accept in dvdit pro hd, preferably without further transcoding for a blue ray project ?

My original footage is a mpeg file 1440 X 1080 (program stream), average data rate 3.5 MBS, AVCHD converted by elecard ACVHD studio converter with a profile that best matches premiere elements project settings editing mode hdv 1080i30. (premiere elements readily accepts these files without any conversion), but as i said premiere elements seems to not output a program stream or mpeg in hd quality.

thank you very much you all.

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you can download a freeware product called TSRemux that will allow you to demus your transport stream you can then import the resulting elementary streams into DVDit but they might not be legal.

 

download the program, import your file, right click on the file in the program window and select Demux to Elementary Stream for both the audio and the video and you should be good to go with assets that can be imported into DVDit.

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you can download a freeware product called TSRemux that will allow you to demus your transport stream you can then import the resulting elementary streams into DVDit but they might not be legal.

 

download the program, import your file, right click on the file in the program window and select Demux to Elementary Stream for both the audio and the video and you should be good to go with assets that can be imported into DVDit.

 

 

Scott, is there any reason why dvditpro-hd will not accept a 1080i HDV file that has

been captured and demuxed (just the video, I realize mp2 audio is not supported.)

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Rex, I can run an HDV clip through our verifier and let you know what is wrong with the streams, but last I did so I seem to recall a number of errors that made the streams illegal. FYI - the AVCHD streams that I have demuxed do show up as BD legal.

 

 

Interesting, so the streams could potentially work (HDV) if they didn't have errors in them?

It would be kinda nice if there was a check box to have dvditpro-hd pass them through

anyway without transcoding. I could see myself doing LOTS of BD discs that way (potentially thousands over time)

for my clients.

 

TSRemux has a BD authoring feature built in, I guess it just bypasses those errors.

 

 

where did you get the AVCHD streams from?

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Hello and thank you all

My avchd came from a panasonic camcorder >>> I them convert using elecard´s avchd studio to a profile matching one of the fews premiere elements project settings for hd , that generates a mpeg file 1440 X 1080 (program stream), average data rate 3.5 MBS, that is readily accepted in premire elements (no red bar over the timeline) .

After editing in premiere elements, the export profile for hd 1080i30, exports and generates a .m2t file, not mpeg,

This .m2t file is not accepted in dvd it pro hd version 6.4

Premiere elements 4 does not have a preset for export hd in avi only for dv ntsc wide, wich generates a small file , lesser datarate them the .m2t files.

My solution take these .m2t files go back to elecard studio and convert them to mpeg 1440X1080 , this way DVD it accepts the file , but says further conversion may be required.

Do I loose quality encoding from m2t to mpeg again ?

Interisting to say if I rename this .m2t files to mpeg they play nice on windows media player, but DVD it does not acceppt the renamed ones too.

Also the .m2t burns exellent quality DVd straight from premiere.

I do not have a BD player yet , but I want to save my editions from premiere lements in the higher quality as possible for the future.

Thank you.

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DVDit doesn't support transport streams. If you import that m2t into TSRemux and demux it into elementary streams it should import into DVDit Pro HD and pass through without any problems...depending upon what Premiere is putting into the M2T file. if it is BD legal it will pass through. if it is not BD legal it will not.

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