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Re: MPEG 2 Encoding for Broadcast

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Angelo LorenzoRe: MPEG 2 Encoding for Broadcast
by on Mar 9, 2011 at 1:25:43 am

It's easy, for the most part.

Premiere Pro/Adobe Media Encoder, use the MPEG-2>1080i 29.97 fps preset and change the following on the video tab:

-Field Order: Change to lower
-Under GOP Settings, change every setting to read 1. This will create an I-Frame only, closed GOP.
-Not sure what 24Mbit refers to. You may need to check back to see if they want a Constant Bitrate file, or if 24Mbit is the maximum stream size including audio. You would change this in the bitrate section regardless.
-They didn't give you audio specs, or at least you didn't post them.

For your knowledge, the preset multiplexes into a "standard" mpg file, this is a Program Stream.

Preset is Main Profile/High Level, this is 4:2:0. There is a special profile setting for 4:2:2


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