Best settings in MPEG Streamclip for compressing for DVD and BluRay
by Ben Rich on Aug 24, 2013 at 8:31:41 pm
I am looking to compress a few batches of video from varying formats, MPG4, ProRes, H.264 etc. to DVD and BluRay ready files that I can drop in Toast and burn swiftly without Toast transcoding the footage further. Does anyone have any recommended settings? Thank You
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Re: Best settings in MPEG Streamclip for compressing for DVD and BluRay
by Eric Strand on Aug 26, 2013 at 4:37:08 pm
As far as I know you can't create MPEG 2 files with MPEG Streamclip, you can only read, convert and demux files from a DVD or already encoded mp2 file. You can use Apple Compressor to do it if you have that or just bring your files into Toast and let Toast do it.