ProRes optimal code for DVD
Frage von Korbi:
have some s.Videomaterial (; about 70 minutes) in some short clips. They should all fit on one DVD. The finished clips are available as Full HD ProRes Quick Times. Which workflow I get the best quality in terms of meaning that the DVD is filled as possible?
In Compressor I can spend each clip as an MPEG2 (; DVD 90 minutes, eg), but this is not even seen all the clips. Hope you understand what I want ;-)
Antwort von UltraElektro:
HD DVD or SD DVD?
try for best picture quality with SD times
Average Bitrate: 5.5 (Mbps)
2-Pass VBR enabled
Max bit rate: 7.2 (Mbps)
Best motion estimation
Regards, ultra electro
Antwort von Kino:
Place all the sequences in a "Final Cut Pro Master Time Line" and read off the total duration of your project. Often the sequences correspond synonymous set your future DVD chapters that you check accordingly. Then CMD + E as a QT file with sequence settings (video, audio and chapter markers - can be completed quickly, as little processing effort).
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Give (cumulative) game time, the capacity of the media that target and you get the maximum data rate.
Would be in your case (at 01:10:00 and 4.7 GB) 8.97 Mbps. Note that this is synonymous containing the audio file. Depending on the audio format is a (video -) is CBR of 7 to 8 Mbps s.Optimum pretty close to what a DVD can deliver.
Surrender Your Master s.Compressor and create two files. First, an MPEG2 with the determined bit rate of you and secondly, a separate audio file (such as Dolby Digital AC3 2.0).
I've saved this for the shorter DVDs Compressor preset for reuse.
Then create in both DSP and a DVD - feddisch!