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  • Changing m2p to MPEG problems. . .

    I posted this in the Pro Coder forum but noticed that the most resent activity has been back in August.

    I'm trying to change m2p video files to mpeg then export the file to DVDit Pro HD authoring tool. I've tried using the following exporter settings.

    MPEG2, for MediaEdge/HDMA-4000,[email protected],72

    MPEG2, for MediaEdge/HDMA-4000,[email protected],35

    Exporter plugIn for Canopus HQ compressed

    Canopus ProCoder Express For Edius Wizard to Select Target

    Canopus ProCoder Express For Edius Wizard Generic Target:
    With the following advanced Settings:


    MPEG 2 HD 1920x1080i

    Generic ISO MPEG stream
    MPEG-2 Elementary Stream
    Width 1920
    Height 1080
    29.975 Frame Rate NTSC
    Upper/Top Field First
    16x9
    High Quality Encoding
    Use Closed GOP (checked)
    CBR
    1 pass
    18300 bitrate (you can play around with this)
    Prolile/Level [email protected]
    Intra DC Precision 9
    Use Strict GOP bitrate control (checked)
    Use Audio if Exist
    Audio Stream Type PCM/WAV
    Sample rate 48.0
    Channels 2 ch
    Bits/Sample 16

    for 720p, change video size to 1280x720 and choose "no-interlace"

    When I try to drag and drop the converted m2p to MPEG file in the media Palette, I receive an error message:

    One or more file(s) you are importing appear not to be DVD compliant and may require transcoding according to your current preference settings.

    I've been trying for several days, any help would be appreciated.

  • #2
    Per the DVDit Pro HD manual:

    File format: MPEG-2

    File Extension: .m2p, .m2v, .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv, .mpv2, .mv2

    Notes: 720 x 480 (NTSC) and 720 x 576 (PAL) supported for DVD projects.
    1920 x 1080, 1440 x 1080, and 1280 x 720 supported for Blu-ray projects.

    It seems you should be able to import your .m2p file into DVDit Pro HD and use it. I don't remember using .m2p files with DVDit Pro HD. I usually create separate video and audio files (.m2v and .wav) using ProCoder 3. DVDit Pro HD gives me a message that the files are not Blu-Ray compliant and it will have to convert them. I just answer "OK" to the message and go ahead with my authoring. I have no problem making a DVD with DVDit Pro HD.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Feralhog View Post
      I posted this in the Pro Coder forum but noticed that the most resent activity has been back in August.

      I'm trying to change m2p video files to mpeg then export the file to DVDit Pro HD authoring tool. I've tried using the following exporter settings.

      MPEG2, for MediaEdge/HDMA-4000,[email protected],72

      MPEG2, for MediaEdge/HDMA-4000,[email protected],35

      Exporter plugIn for Canopus HQ compressed

      Canopus ProCoder Express For Edius Wizard to Select Target

      Canopus ProCoder Express For Edius Wizard Generic Target:
      With the following advanced Settings:


      MPEG 2 HD 1920x1080i

      Generic ISO MPEG stream
      MPEG-2 Elementary Stream
      Width 1920
      Height 1080
      29.975 Frame Rate NTSC
      Upper/Top Field First
      16x9
      High Quality Encoding
      Use Closed GOP (checked)
      CBR
      1 pass
      18300 bitrate (you can play around with this)
      Prolile/Level [email protected]
      Intra DC Precision 9
      Use Strict GOP bitrate control (checked)
      Use Audio if Exist
      Audio Stream Type PCM/WAV
      Sample rate 48.0
      Channels 2 ch
      Bits/Sample 16

      for 720p, change video size to 1280x720 and choose "no-interlace"

      When I try to drag and drop the converted m2p to MPEG file in the media Palette, I receive an error message:

      One or more file(s) you are importing appear not to be DVD compliant and may require transcoding according to your current preference settings.

      I've been trying for several days, any help would be appreciated.
      The key line here is 'DVD' compliant. If you are making a blu-ray, then the file should work.
      Also, if you got those settings off of DVDITPROHD forum, they since have been removed. That is one of the first batch of settings posted about 2 years ago.
      I would change that from 1 pass to 2 pass vbr and take the max bitrate up to 30000 or even 35000 depending on the size of the project. If you have procoder 3.05 you should have all of the presets for making compliant streams for DVDITPROHD and Encore....as well as Do Studio if you downloaded the sticky settings from Mark at the top of Procoder forum start page.
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