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Phil Beastall
For DVD use
on Apr 2, 2008 at 7:43:58 pm

OK I have a 1 hour and a half video that I want to put on a DVD. What's the best to use in compressor, considering I don't want the audio and video separate but as one file?!


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Ed Dooley
Re: For DVD use
on Apr 3, 2008 at 7:00:00 pm

So little information to go on.
What do you want to do with it? Is it for the web? Is it
going to play from a laptop or desktop? Audio and video
muxed together is called Program Stream (vs Elementary Stream for
unmuxed, separate files, like for normal DVD use).
If you're creating a DVD for DVD player use, you do want to have
the audio and video separate. But we can't guess these things,
you need to tell us what you're trying to do.
Ed



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Daniel Low
Re: For DVD use
on Apr 4, 2008 at 10:18:03 am

Easy.

Do a search for 'Elementary' relating to MPEG-2 streams in the compressor manual to familiarise yourself with the terminology and process.

Elementary refers to producing separate audio and video files.

You'll obviously want to start with one of the 90min MPEG-2 presets.

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