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Export Via Adobe Media Encorder always separate audio and video files???

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Matthew RideoutExport Via Adobe Media Encorder always separate audio and video files???
by on Mar 20, 2010 at 5:17:17 am

How come when ever I export my videos via adobe media encoder I always end up with separate video and audio files? Video has no sound, audio file has no video...

Happens mp4, mp2, etc... whats going on?


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mike velteRe: Export Via Adobe Media Encorder always separate audio and video files???
by on Mar 20, 2010 at 10:24:08 am

Multiplexing is a choice in Export Settings...None means audio and video will not be "Muxed" or combined in the export.


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Brian LouisRe: Export Via Adobe Media Encorder always separate audio and video files???
by on Mar 20, 2010 at 10:28:40 am

You are getting Elemental streams, you need to turn multiplexing on, select the multiplexing tab in the Media Encoder window, if you don't see the extra tabs in media encoder window click on the little circle with the two arrow heads to the right in the line with ExportVideo/ExportAudio check boxes


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Jeff PuleraRe: Export Via Adobe Media Encorder always separate audio and video files???
by on Mar 20, 2010 at 3:04:29 pm

Mike and Brian are correct, but if exporting an MPEG-2 file for DVD or Blu-ray (or H.264 for Blu-ray), Encore and most other DVD/Blu-ray authoring programs are expecting elementary streams. Your audio will usually be a .wav file (PCM), and that's preferable to a muxed ".mpg" file because the DVD program will be creating Dolby audio for the disc.

If you supply a muxed .mpg file, the DVD program needs to first DeMux video and audio, then transcode everything again, taking more time and drive space. Give it the raw materials, and only the audio gets converted and video is left alone.

When encoding for the web, iPod or whatever, then of course you want the multiplexed AV file, but this should be part of the preset you choose, you shouldn't have to manually change it, so maybe take a look at the preset you are using, is it correct for the end use?

Jeff Pulera
Safe Harbor Computers


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