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    My workflow is fairly new to me as I'm just now getting the transition to Edius to a place where I'm feeling more comfortable. I have a project that is shot at 1280x720 60p and is on matching timeline using 59.94. I usually export to an m2t file (when I was shooting HDV) an bring it into Sony DVD Architect 5.2 for authoring. I'm matched up the settings in DVD Architect but still get a message the file will have to be recompressed. I'm thinking I'm not exporting a Blu-ray compliant file. Any thoughts?

    Jan

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    Originally posted by Jan Arden View Post
    My workflow is fairly new to me as I'm just now getting the transition to Edius to a place where I'm feeling more comfortable. I have a project that is shot at 1280x720 60p and is on matching timeline using 59.94. I usually export to an m2t file (when I was shooting HDV) an bring it into Sony DVD Architect 5.2 for authoring. I'm matched up the settings in DVD Architect but still get a message the file will have to be recompressed. I'm thinking I'm not exporting a Blu-ray compliant file. Any thoughts?

    Jan
    What are your project settings in and out?
    Camera type/format?
    It is most likely a non compliant issue.
    What are the settings you have matched up?
    Try This!..

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    "Khoi Pham
    07-22-2010, 12:14 PM
    Yes, print to file, use the blu-ray preset and go into advanced.
    If I do Blu-ray and my clips are 720P, then I use H.264 codec
    1280X720 59.94P
    if less than 2hr. long project then I use max. bitrate at 2280000bps CBR, if longer then I use the calculator to calculate the bitrate and use VBR instead of CBR, the result file is .mts (program stream) but Encore only accept elementary stream so I use tsmuxer to demux the file and the result file is .h264 and .ac3 and Encore will take it just fine.

    For DVD if less than 1hr. then I do 875000bps CBR with 448kbps AC3, more than 1 hr. then you need to use calculator and use VBR "
    Last edited by ConHos; 05-12-2011, 10:04 PM. Reason: additional info of interest
    Edius NLE Software = recycled electrons put in order...

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    • #3
      I would export Canopus HQ file take it into Vegas and let Vegas make a DVD Architect Bluray compliant file. That is what I normally do for my HD files.

      Ron Evans
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Jan Arden View Post
        My workflow is fairly new to me as I'm just now getting the transition to Edius to a place where I'm feeling more comfortable. I have a project that is shot at 1280x720 60p and is on matching timeline using 59.94. I usually export to an m2t file (when I was shooting HDV) an bring it into Sony DVD Architect 5.2 for authoring. I'm matched up the settings in DVD Architect but still get a message the file will have to be recompressed. I'm thinking I'm not exporting a Blu-ray compliant file. Any thoughts?

        Jan
        if your preoject setting is 60p, you should be able to export mpeg ES streams that should be accepted without further compression
        http://www.videoproductions.com.au/h...ay-export.html (instead of top field first, choose progressive)
        Anton Strauss
        Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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        • #5
          Sorry for my absence on my own thread. A client, who's business is about 30% of our yearly gross came in with a very last minute project. I'm still working on it, but wanted to thank those who have responded and apologize for my absence. I will revisit this project next week and take into account all recommendations and once again verify my settings.

          Thank you,
          Jan-Arden

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