And just to be safe I would save as a jpeg unless you need the transparency of tiff for some reason. 3. I have done some research, and I haven't found anything compatible with APple. Your Name Remember Me? I've managed to get my multi-angled tracks' GOPs conformed, etc... this contact form
Support Apple Support Communities Shop the Apple Online Store (1-800-MY-APPLE), visit an Apple Retail Store, or find a reseller. A max bitrate of 7 is too high, try a max of 6 to 6.5 with an average of 5. with many variations there of. I will give your bitrate's a try... In 2004 The DVD Forum has chosen the AAC audio format as the standard for DVD Audio.
Powered by vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Try using different media for the burn; Ridata and Verbatim seem to be the media of choice. After I got the initial error message (Build failed, bit rate too high), I tried may of the default settings in DVDSP, including both single and 2-pass. Compiling Menu#1 (Menu 1)...
Comment Post Cancel Previous Next Footer Collapse Help Contact Us Go to top Powered by vBulletin Version 5.2.4 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. I also tried taking the audio stream out and leaving the 2 video streams and the DVD builds fine. Thank you.Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: Trying to burn an HD DVD using DVD STUDIO PRO 4, but recieving video bit-rate errorby John Pale on Nov 13, 2011 at 1:24:41 amNo. I thought it might be a problem with too many I frames.
Started new project, and it worked fine without the audio. Dvd Studio Pro Video Bitrate Too High Error bogiesan Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. I don't have alternate angles or alpha transitions. http://www.lafcpug.org/phorum/read.php?5,194941,247582 I'll post an update if I find a configuration that works.
Ah, but it does indeed count against you. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply The Valeyard, Oct 13, 2011 The Valeyard thread starter macrumors member Joined: Apr 26, 2009 #2 I managed Often, using AIFF files (or PCM, WAV etc) raises it too high and you get the error.
The RAM you have installed in your computer is Apple Certified or cheap 3rd party from the store? If its compressed it might not like it. Dvd Studio Pro Bitrate Too High Error Rendering Menu:Menu 6,Language:1... share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Richardthe4th, Oct 14, 2011 Richardthe4th macrumors regular Joined: Jan 4, 2008 Location: Below Sealevel #10 Quote If you
Best wishes, Ronny Reply Quote Re: DVDSP Error Message - "Video Bit Rate Too High" Out of Ideas (July 09, 2014 08:43AM) Joe Redifer Are there any actual DVD releases with http://deepfrom.com/dvd-studio/dvd-studio-pro-error-video-bitrate-too-high.html If you encode your audio to AC3 (Dolby Digital) and use a standard stereo file, you can keep the bitrate down to 192kbps... Actually now it makes sense to me; although we normally consider audio files to be small both in size and data rate compared to video, in the MPEG-2 stream a non-compressed But as soon as you import one single AIFF file that does not meet these requirements DVDSP will fail to build the project.
This has never happened before and I've been using FCP for 6 years. Can you recommend any external blu ray burners that will work with an IMAC? Thats another reason why its better to use Compresser to encode your video because it doesn't care. http://deepfrom.com/dvd-studio/dvd-studio-pro-video-bitrate-too-high-error.html And the problem isn't just with the video streams in your tracks.
Quote I then did a test run with a de-interlaced version (using MPEG Streamclip rather than compressor) and it looked far better.Click to expand... With that in mind, I tried encoding the .mov through DVD Studio (same vbr rates) and the compiler completed successfully. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply The Valeyard, Oct 14, 2011 The Valeyard thread starter macrumors member Joined: Apr 26, 2009 #11 Richardthe4th said:
The project is only 3.9 gb encoded at 6.0/7.8 so it's not a size issue. Stay logged in Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion I should have written: AIFF is an audio codec that can have various bit rates, and some AIFF files can produce bit rate spikes that are way beyond the highest bit One of the processes during DVD burning or file builds is the "muxing" of the MPEG2 video track and the audio track into one file that conforms to the DVD specs.
I would hate to have to output my materials to my old G4 and DSP V2. Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Mike Klausmeier, Mike Klausmeier Sep 1, 2010 6:18 PM in response to Hal MacLean Level 1 (9 points) iWork Sep 1, 2010 Video file size is 785mb This seems like it should work, as disk is Single sided 4.7 GB DVD. http://deepfrom.com/dvd-studio/dvd-studio-pro-error-muxer-bitrate-too-high.html In fact, if it were possible (and it's not, so don't worry about trying to figure out how) to take these hardware encoders and grab the MPEG-2 file it creates and
The solution is to convert the problematic AIFF file (or any external AIFF audio files for that matter) to AAC, which has a much lower Bit Rate than AIFF. I have one I've been trying to build for a week, have encoded 3 times at successively lower bit rates, and it gets 83% into the build and throws the VBR Set your DVDSP encoding settings around 3.5 - 7.4Mbps.Try again! However I still don't understand why it was telling me the video bitrate was too high.
Compiler Initializing... Look into the manual about using AC3 audio. Will give very different results.Click to expand... All Rights Reserved DMO TEXT LINKS (Click here to place a textlink on this site) HOT THREADS on DMN Forums Content-type: text/html Rss Real-Time - what