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damien lawson
Rendering MPEG2 file issues...
on May 10, 2012 at 5:33:47 pm

Hey Everyone!

I have a video file that needs to be rendered immediately for a deadline, and I am running into so many issues that I have no clue how to fix. Any insight would be beyond appreciated... This is what I'm being told to send as the final file:

MPEG 2 @ 50Mbps, I-Frame, Program Stream, .MXF file
Essence Container: SMPTE D10 (Sony IMX 50)
Operational Pattern: OP1A
4:2:2 @ Main Level
720 x 512
Frame rate: 29.97
Audio: PCM 24 bit @ 48Khz (4 discrete tracks: L, R, SAP, Descriptive)
Must be NTSC (525) standard

In media encoder when I try to resize my file from 720x480 to 720x512 it changes the Frame Rate to 23.97 and won't let me put it back to 29.97... Also I'm not seeing anything OP1A related, and I'm not seeing an option to make PCM 24 bit audio.... How can I render to these settings?!? THANK YOU!!!

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Tom Smith
Re: Rendering MPEG2 file issues...
on May 25, 2013 at 12:37:41 pm


I am having the same issue as you had encoding to MPEG2 with PCM 24bit audio.
I wonder if you could maybe share how you solved the problem.

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