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Robert LinRe: Best output settings for HD?
by on Apr 15, 2012 at 6:57:56 pm

I have several WD media players connected to network drives over a 1Gb wired network.

I create a Sony AVC video file and Wav file, combine them in an MKV wrapper and add subtitles and chapters.

My AVC settings (for progressive video) are:
Frame Size: 1280x720
Profile: Main
Entropy: CABAC
Frame rate: 59.940 (Double NTSC)
Field Order: Progressive scan
Pixel Aspect: 1.0000
Bit Rate: 21,999,616
Encode: Automatic

Audio is encoded as:
PCM (uncompressed)
48KHz
16bit
Stereo

These play very well across my network and serve as quality backups of my projects. The video bit rate can be increased to 25,999,360 bps in Vegas Pro 11, but at that bit rate DVDA claims it's not Blu-ray compliant! This wouldn't be a problem in your case.

The WD media player can display the subtitles and use the chapters, albeit via the option; its not ideal but it works.


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