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Re: DVD Architect 5.2 Render Freeze at 84% and 98%

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Jeff SchroederRe: DVD Architect 5.2 Render Freeze at 84% and 98%
by on Apr 25, 2012 at 2:10:25 pm

Stephen is right. Even if you did use one of the templates, DVDA may have to re-encode your stuff, just because you put too much on one DVD.

Here's how it works, You have 1, 45 minute movie rendered with Mpeg-2 using DVDA template in Vegas. This will encode just fine on a 4.7GB DVD. If you have 3 of these 45 minute videos and try to fit them on one DVD you will be forced to re-compress in DVDA because your total size is too much.

This is where Mark's DVD Bitrate calculator comes in. When you add up all the items, videos, motion menus, subtitles, etc., the calculator can tell you what VBR bitrate settings to encode your video at to get the best quality in the space available.

You can get 'Mark's" here: http://www.johncline.com/bitcalc110.zip
There will be a learning curve to understand it all, but you will be glad you did.

Jeff

Labels: bitrate calculator, VBR Calculator, Mark's

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