It is happening at the point in the build "Muxing VTS_01_1.VOB" What am I missing? This will leave you a 200mb cushion for menu data, since the total amount of usable space on a DVD-R is just over 4.3gb. I've managed to get my multi-angled tracks' GOPs conformed, etc... but I see someone had this problem with 3.7 target bitrate. http://deepfrom.com/dvd-studio/dvd-studio-pro-video-bitrate-too-high-error.html
Choose DVD Player > File > Open VIDEO_TS folder and navigate to your new DVDSP build. Internet, Networking, and Wireless iPhone, iPad, iPod iPhone Hardware and Accessories iPod Hardware and Accessories iPad Hardware and Accessories iOS and Apps Mac OS X Software OS X - Operating System Quote 9th Nov 200521:25 #3 C_S View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Sep 2004 Actually, four audio tracks for just the one video track... [The With that in mind, I tried encoding the .mov through DVD Studio (same vbr rates) and the compiler completed successfully.
Is there a log in Compressor that tells that, or did you just see the error in the Mp2 file? Disc capacity When you plan for encoding, you need to be conscious of several factors. All rights reserved. © 2014 NewBay Media, LLC.
Exceeding the maximum is perfectly acceptable with a VBR encode, as long as you keep a moderate average. Thanks Ken Dick Osso Reply Quote Re: DVDSP Error Message - "Video Bit Rate Too High" Out of Ideas (July 08, 2014 03:04AM) rgo Hi Ken It was the AUDIO. But they can add up with multiple language streams, and they can get larger when using graphics in the subtitle stream.) Bitrates and multiple audio streams But what happens if you Estoy haciendo un DVD con 2 menús y 3 películas de unos 4-5 minutos cada una.
Teniendo el audio Aiff, exportado de Final Cut, lo metes en Compresor y lo exportas en Dolbi AC3, con estos parametros: 2/0 (L,R), 192 Kbps, -31 dBFS, sin compresion. AIFF is a bitrate hog since it's uncompressed Linear PCM. It makes for a much prettier encode that way! http://www.lafcpug.org/phorum/read.php?5,194941,247582 DVD players can't handle more than about 10 Mbps for the combined bitrate of all streams in a single track--including audio and subtitles, and even less for tracks containing multiple angles.
Maybe a different setting in Compressor? They're not cheap but currently there's nothing that compares to a good hardware-based encode. Blu-Disc guides Latest tool updates DSF/MFT Viewer 1.6.0 Zoom Player 12.5 Free / 12.6 RC2 SMPlayer 16.9.0 / 184.108.40.20694 Unstable AIMP 4.11.1841 Emby Server 3.0.7300 / 3.1.183 Beta MPC-BE 1.4.6 / I was using aiff audio.
A good setting for these two are 5.5 and 7.2 respectively. http://www.dvinfo.net/forum/final-cut-suite/117381-dvdsp-says-video-bitrate-too-high-but-why.html March 19th, 2008, 11:19 PM #6 Mike Barber Major Player Join Date: May 2006 Location: Toronto ON Canada Posts: 731 Quote: Originally Posted by Robert Lane DVDSP4 while not Same error. ~!? An error in the compression which was freezing the file about half way through (about right where my dual layer break point was!).
Compressor can do AC3. weblink Indice de Foros Noticias |-- Actualidad Mac |-- Tecnología a debate Comunidad |-- La pecera de Macu |-- El Café de las Artes Soporte Mac |-- Bienvenidos al Mac |-- Hardware Choose a Template 3. What is your muxing bitrate set at?
Control Click on your other buttons to assign their respective chapter markers: Target > Tracks and Stories > [Name or your .m2v file] > Appropriate Chapter Marker for that button. 8. Technically, to be perfect to spec, they should all be able to handle the max on 10080k combined, but not everything is perfect. Announcement Collapse No announcement yet. http://deepfrom.com/dvd-studio/dvd-studio-pro-error-video-bitrate-too-high.html Forum Video Mac DVDSP: "Video Bitrate Too High" + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 13 of 13 DVDSP: "Video Bitrate Too High" Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page
Reply Quote Re: Muxing Bitrate Too High Error Â on DVD SP4 10 years, 7 months ago #9504 Man_with_many_Hats OFFLINE Trainee PA Posts: 7 Karma: 0 Well I rather doubt I can If you use .aiff audio you will max out the bit rate, and you'll get the rather confusing 'video bitrate too high' error... Any ideas out there ?
Compressor nor any other software-based encoder can replicate what a hardware encoder can do, which is what you've got in those combo machines. The section of the disc where the section of data lays is about the middle of the disc, not either inner or outer rim, and there are no scratches/dust/fingerprints/etc. All the Best; Bruce Reply Quote Re: Muxing Bitrate Too High Error on DVD SP4 10 years, 7 months ago #9505 Martin_Iverson OFFLINE Producer Posts: 1943 Karma: 1 Well, what is http://deepfrom.com/dvd-studio/dvd-studio-pro-error-muxer-bitrate-too-high.html Contact Us - The Digital Video Information Network - Archive - Top DV Info Net -- Real Names, Real People, Real Info! 1998-2015 The Digital Video Information Network Login or Sign
Forgot your username? With 2 hours, instead of just a few minutes each, you're reaching the max a disc can do. It will make the program looked washed out compared to what you've seen in FCP, which sets the black ire at 0. Your Name Remember Me?
Drag your .aif file you exported from your FCP project to the 'Left' box and 'Right' box. By indychris in forum Music, Audio, and Podcasting Replies: 10 Last Post: 03-11-2012, 04:05 AM New Beatles Remasters and iTunes Bit Rate By mac57 in forum Music, Audio, and Podcasting Replies: I guess I have to maybe look at the bitrate for the menu's with the graphics, as my project is going into the educational markets I need to design a first 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
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The answer is simple: the DVDSP audio encoder makes sure that the maximum Bit Rate of the AIFF files never exceeds the Bit Rate limitations of the DVD specification.