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Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by RavagedHand, RavagedHand Jun 12, 2011 8:04 AM in response to MikeyBouchereau Level 1 (0 points) Jun 12, 2011 8:04 AM in response The Mode should default to Two pass VBR Best. 8.) The following step is optional, but I consider it mandatory for my programs. I have done everything I can to lower the Bit Rate in preferences (all the sliders are at the bottom). I sooooo need to get that book! http://deepfrom.com/dvd-studio/dvd-studio-pro-video-bitrate-too-high-error.html

While either track can contribute to a data rate too high for the now ancient DVD disc standard, DVDSP makes the assumption that the video track is the culprit. 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 Café LA Café LA - X Adobe Premiere Pro CC Avid Media Composer Foro FinalCutPro Jobs lafcpug Market News and Announcements THE ARCHIVES (These forums are READ ONLY) Color Compressor - Drag it through a bitrate reader and see if the max really is capped at 9, or if it goes higher or lower.

When you change the Gamma setting to anything but 0 a line will appear in the Preview movie. Unfortunately, I think DVD Studio throws the "video bit rate" error for lots of different encoding problems. Much appreciated,RH Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by mishmumken, mishmumken Jun 12, 2011 11:54 AM in response to RavagedHand Level 5 (4,000 points) Jun 12, 2011 11:54 The project is only 3.9 gb encoded at 6.0/7.8 so it's not a size issue.

I have 128 min 28 sec of video (total) encoded in Compressor (from Final Cut) with 2 pass vbr - 6.8Mbps - 8.0Mbps. 7GOP, IBP. the files total size was 404mb. Please help! Our Privacy Policy --- @ Copyright, 2015 Digital Media Online, All Rights Reserved

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I've never had this issue before and I am now on a client's system. Multiply that by 5.6 (the combined bitrate for audio and video), and you get 33,600. I use a quality setting of 192kbps. But it clearly isn't....

Choose a Template 3. so it's definitely the audio. Show one went smooth Show two has continued to crash with the error message - "Video Bit Rate Too High" I don't think I've done anything different. UPDATE: I deleted all the audio from my tracks in DVDSP and did a test build...

Verbatim DVD+R DL is the media I am using with an external LaCie FW drive (my Mac came with the combo drive... additional hints Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by MikeyBouchereau,Solvedanswer MikeyBouchereau Jun 12, 2011 7:31 AM in response to RavagedHand Level 1 (30 points) Jun 12, 2011 7:31 AM in response Create an account Calgary FCPUG ForumsFinal Cut StudioDVD Studio Pro and iDVDMuxing Bitrate Too High Error  on DVD SP4(1 viewing)(1) Guest Reply Topic New Topic Page:123 TOPIC: Muxing Bitrate Too High Quit DVDSP and open the DVD Player. (Never have DVDSP and DVD Player open at the same time.) 13.

It is set for a 2 pass. weblink Download setting]... And converting an AIFF audio file to an AC-3 format couldn't be simpler. AIFF is a VBR audio codec and some AIFF files can produce maximum Bit Rate peaks that are way beyond the highest Bit Rate that is accepted by the DVD specification

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. In DVDSP2: (This is a very general guide without much detail yet.) 1. And some can't even handle moderately high sustained bitrates without dropping frames. navigate here Since Compressor uses VBR compression it might say 6.2Mbps in the info box for the video track but it could be peaking at higher than that for various images.

Project shows to be approx 1.5gb in DVD Studio pro w/ opening screen and music. Exceeding the maximum is perfectly acceptable with a VBR encode, as long as you keep a moderate average. With that in mind, I tried encoding the .mov through DVD Studio (same vbr rates) and the compiler completed successfully.

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Go to your DVD Studio Pro preferences and in the encoding tab lower the bit rate.Depending on the length of your project you may need to lower both the average and if so i'd try making all those ac3 192 kbps and you should be cool. Mixing, Mastering & Music Production (8 Tutorials - Save $83.00)Logic Pro X : 6. From DVDSP's Assets browser select both your main .m2v and .AC3 files at the same time and drag them to your 'Play Movie' button.

It makes for a much prettier encode that way! AIFF is a bitrate hog since it's uncompressed Linear PCM. 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-muxer-bitrate-too-high.html By changing the AIFF audio to AAC audio, it worked.

Check that all the chapter markers are correct. 10. There is no way to turn that off. Open DVDSP and create a New project 2. This tells DVDSP to pay extra attention to these spots when it comes to allocating encoding resources.

The first, of course, is whether your content will fit onto a single disc at any given bitrate. Select 'Select Asset and Create Track' *. 7. Set minimum to like 1.0-2.0Mb/s Not quite the same as the first poster. Quote 10th Nov 200515:33 #9 lordsmurf View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Video Restorer Join Date : Jun 2003 Location : dFAQ.us/lordsmurf Players don't start to give

Ask here! (not via PM!) FAQs: Best Blank Discs Best TBCs Best VCRs for capture Restore VHS Quote 18th Dec 200509:37 #12 stavrosh View Profile View Forum Bitrate maximum and player compatibility Using the formula above, if you have 30 minutes of video, your disc has enough capacity to handle video theoretically encoded at 18.66 Mbps, which, of David 2-pop Guide A New Blog About Video secondchairvideo http://www.secondchairvideo.com/ Comment Post Cancel dufferschultz Member Join Date: Apr 2004 Posts: 167 #7 07-14-2006, 03:47 PM No answer, but another user with Don't know if this error begins inside of FCP X, but why would this be so, when SHOW 1 went smooth....same gear...same same.

UPDATE 2: It looks like as soon as I have a second audio track, DVDSP gives me the error... They all have Dolby Digital (AC3). Ask here! (not via PM!) FAQs: Best Blank Discs Best TBCs Best VCRs for capture Restore VHS Quote 10th Nov 200514:50 #8 terryj View Profile View Forum