Has anyone else tried submitting a compressor encoded mp4 file to Amazon Video Direct yet? If so, any settings help would be great.
I had no idea Amazon Video Direct was so particular about the formats that can be uploaded. The only .mov format the accept is Prores HQ and that would be much to large for my internet upload speed for a 1 hour video... it would take days. So they have an .mp4 format spec, but I having trouble creating a compressor preset that matches it.
I can't figure out how to get a .mp4 container with custom key frame interval of 60 (2 seconds) and matching AAC or AC-3 audio. I've tried modifying a few of the built in presets, but I don't know how to set one up from scratch.
Here are the requirements: https://videodirect.amazon.com/home/help?topicId=201979120
Supported Containers: MP4, M2T, TS
Note H.264 video in MOV wrappers aren’t supported.
Recommended Bitrate for HD Resolution: 30 Mbps
Recommended Bitrate for SD Resolution: 15 Mbps
Key Frame Interval: 2 seconds (or less)
Audio Format: AC-3 or AAC
Recommended Bitrate for AC-3 Audio:
5.1 – Bitrate: 448 Kbps, Sample Rate: 48 kHz
Stereo – Bitrate: 192 Kbps, Sample Rate: 48 kHz
Recommended Bitrate for AAC Audio:
5.1 – Bitrate: 768 Kbps, Sample Rate: 48 kHz
Stereo – Bitrate: 320 Kbps, Sample Rate: 48 kHz