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Dan Newton
tvc requirement
on Apr 3, 2012 at 10:33:43 am

hi

need some help

I was asked by a client to convert a mov to the following format:

MPEG TYPE: H.264 MAIN
STREAM TYPE: TRANSPORT ( VIDEO )
VIDEO MODE: PAL
CONSTANT BIT RATE: 1900 KBPS
FRAME RATE: 25 FPS
RESOLUTION: 720 X 576

SAMPLE RATE: 48 KHZ
BITRATE: 224 KBPS
STREAM TYPE: TRANSPORT AUDIO
AUDIO TYPE: MPEG LAYER 2
MODE: STEREO


Please can someone help me I am quite confused on some of the settings on when I go on to compressor it keeps giving me something different can someone help me/ guide me step by step on what I need to do.

Your help is appreciated.

Many Thanks


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Jeff Greenberg
Re: tvc requirement
on Apr 3, 2012 at 12:12:01 pm

What version of compressor? Version 3.5 may not be able to do this. Version 4 can.

[Dan Newton] "when I go on to compressor it keeps giving me something different"
What do you mean by this?

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Dan Newton
Re: tvc requirement
on Apr 3, 2012 at 12:19:41 pm

Hi

Thanks for getting back to me.

Well I use compressor 3.0.5

I keep getting mpeg 2 but not the settings I need.

So if I did this on 4 how would I do it.

Please help.

Much appreciated


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Jeff Greenberg
Re: tvc requirement
on Apr 3, 2012 at 2:48:00 pm

TYPE MOV
MPEG TYPE: H.264 MAIN
STREAM TYPE: TRANSPORT ( VIDEO )
VIDEO MODE: PAL
CONSTANT BIT RATE: 1900 KBPS
FRAME RATE: 25 FPS
RESOLUTION: 720 X 576

SAMPLE RATE: 48 KHZ
BITRATE: 224 KBPS
STREAM TYPE: TRANSPORT AUDIO
AUDIO TYPE: MPEG LAYER 2
MODE: STEREO


Ok, so you need to create a new QuickTime preset (type mov)
On the encoder tab, there's a settings button - pick the h.264 codec
QuickTime is a transport stream
Bit rate is 1900kbs
Frame rate 25, res 720x576 (and make sure compressors geometry tab matches)

...and I'm not sure you can Mpeg Layer 2 audio. Perhaps they mean AAC?

Can they give you a previously encoded movie to their specification?

Best,

Jeff I. Greenberg
Editor/Author/Speaker/Consulting
My NAB seminar schedule, contact info and more


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