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    I have an m2p file which I need to edit. After editing with Edius 4.52 I export the timeline to PCE for making a DVD in Encore 2.0. After making the new DVD I noticed reduced quality and also the video in jittery. What is the best way to reedit an m2p file with minimum lost of quality?

  • #2
    Try an mpeg editor like Canopus MPEGcraft or alternatively videoredo
    Andrew Whiteley

    Edius Workstation 9.51 on Intensity pro 4k, Windows 10 pro 64bit, Gigabyte GA-Z170XP-SLI Intel Z170, GTX 750 Ti 2Gb, i7 6700K 4.0GHz, 32 Gb RAM, 'C' drive Samsung M.2 256Gb,
    Media drive 2 X Samsung 850 pro 1Tb RAID 0,
    Archive media drive Hitachi 4TB

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    • #3
      You could also encode using the EDIUS-native Generic MPEG encoder and enable the SegmentEncode option.

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      • #4
        Hi Brandon

        This sounds like a great option. Please outline how this can be done?

        thanks
        Andrew Whiteley

        Edius Workstation 9.51 on Intensity pro 4k, Windows 10 pro 64bit, Gigabyte GA-Z170XP-SLI Intel Z170, GTX 750 Ti 2Gb, i7 6700K 4.0GHz, 32 Gb RAM, 'C' drive Samsung M.2 256Gb,
        Media drive 2 X Samsung 850 pro 1Tb RAID 0,
        Archive media drive Hitachi 4TB

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        • #5
          Originally posted by andrewwhiteley View Post
          Hi Brandon

          This sounds like a great option. Please outline how this can be done?

          thanks
          Print to file > select MPEG (Generic) Exporter > then check Segment Encode under Video Settings. (Make shure your target settings match source settings)
          Gintaras
          Edius 8.5/ 5.51, Panasonic hc-x1, Canon 5d3, Canon 550, JVC GZ-GX1 www.gintarasmockus.lt
          i7 3770k, 8 GB RAM, Gigabyte Z77-D3H, Geforce GTX 650 2 GB, 120 GB SSD, 2Ă—1 TB HDD, Win 7 HP 64

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          • #6
            And specifically, the bitrate.

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