Problem: According to encode a 50 minute film with the Adobe Media On MPEG-2 encoder with CBR 60000 Mbps gives the result in choppy playback in Sound and Picture (synonymous to DVD) With a lower bitrate will run flawlessly, but when I had already premiere 1.5 higher bitrates set which always ran perfectly. What am I doing wrong? Thank you for all suggestions.
Antwort von arionworks:
Well, 60000 is too much synonymous. :-)
Test times with 6,000. And set the sound to MP3 or AC-3. PCM (WAV) requires synonymous to 1,500. If you have scenes with a lot of movement may have been times peaks arise. Conversely, synonymous bitrates below 1,500 problems that can arise when times no Picture / keinTon as is (although not at CBR) Evt bitrate viewer through the run, which shows you whether peaks or holes in the stream are.
Antwort von schnuffelkalli:
However, I had been at premiere 1.5 higher bitrates set which always ran perfectly. What am I doing wrong?
The PC is no longer in order, look at what is in the auto start everything has latched rigorously and remove unnecessary entries. Synonymous times I had a similar behavior of the PC, then have everything set up and ran again as everything lubricated.
Antwort von Andi M:
Thank you, but I do not have here & since disturbances Picture and sound but Jerkiness constantly adjusts the sound and then no longer synonymous. Apropos 60,000 too much, the adobe media enc. it is so indicated, is less then 0.6000 würd there are, and yes this may not be synonymous. And my PC is eigentl. quite in order.
Antwort von brosei:
I have a similar problem!
I export a 30 min video to MPEG2, but the result is blurred, Do you have a hint what I did wrong, or not working properly. If I export a shorter video (same settings) there are no problems