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    Hi,
    Am I correct that you can no longer export elementry streams (.M2V) files for DVD creation from Edius 5.0 with the new exporter? Only Program Streams?

    Thank You,

    Dwayne Gitter
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  • #2
    Yes. Unfortunaly it is impossible in EDIUS 5.0.
    You have to demux :-( or use ProCoder 3 as a EDIUS 5 PlugIn

    Eric
    English is not my native language
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    • #3
      Program Streams

      Originally posted by Dvideo32 View Post
      Hi,
      Am I correct that you can no longer export elementry streams (.M2V) files for DVD creation from Edius 5.0 with the new exporter? Only Program Streams?

      Thank You,

      Dwayne Gitter
      I've been able to output a file as Canopus HQ 1920x1080, then import it into Premiere CS3 (using the XDCAM EX configuration) and then re-encode to HD MPEG 2 in elementary streams with no problem, and in almost real time.

      Adobe Encore slowed to a c r a w l trying to import either a HD MPEG with Dolby AC3 or PCM program file. But Premiere CS3 handled it very easily as elementary streams.

      I think, though, it's a BIG mistake for Edius to only ouput program streams!!

      David Ice
      Tsunami Riptide with Edius 8.53

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      • #4
        Originally posted by David Ice View Post
        it's a BIG mistake for Edius to only ouput program streams!!

        David Ice
        Yes it is. Let's hop for one of the next releases

        Eric
        English is not my native language
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        • #5
          Originally posted by David Ice View Post

          I think, though, it's a BIG mistake for Edius to only ouput program streams!!

          David Ice
          I think that somehow this slipped by. I will be shocked if it is not corrected before long.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by pjsssss View Post
            I think that somehow this slipped by. I will be shocked if it is not corrected before long.
            Me too! I was astonished not to see the option in the "Save as type" drop-down box. With Edius 4 I regularly exported elementary streams for use in DVDLab Pro. I hope I don't have to go back to 4 when I need to make the next DVD...
            Proton
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Proton View Post
              Me too! I was astonished not to see the option in the "Save as type" drop-down box. With Edius 4 I regularly exported elementary streams for use in DVDLab Pro. I hope I don't have to go back to 4 when I need to make the next DVD...
              With DVDLab Pro you will not have to worry as it will automatically parse the video into Video and Audio when imported, Greatest DVD authoring program, and the cost makes it even better
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              • #8
                You can make elementary streams from program streams using rejig..

                http://www.afterdawn.com/software/vi...ools/rejig.cfm

                It worked for me and its quick (it just re-writes the streams, no processing)...

                Encore imported it fine..
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                • #9
                  I have used elementary streams with multi audio tracks for several languages in Encore. In Encore you can not remove the audio track that is connected to the video in the m2p stream. My solution was to keep the audio but move it to a new audio track. Then put the correct audio on additional new audio tracks and just forget about the original audio track and let it be unselected when you select languages. It would have been more convenient to be able to use elementary.
                  Peter
                  Skanoer, Sweden

                  Edius Pro 8, Imaginate 2, Intel i7 950 , 12GB DDR3, 5 TB, Windows Pro 10 Creative, 64bit, Encore CS5

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by pjsssss View Post
                    I think that somehow this slipped by. I will be shocked if it is not corrected before long.
                    Hello Pat I have loaded 5.01 and tried my first project. When I got down to export the file for DVD authoring I discoverd that my PC express presets that I had been using for so long were no longer included in 5.01.
                    I do not have procoder 3 but have prococer 2 on another machine. Must I now go outside of Edius 5.01 to export my file from the time line? This seems like a step backward to me. My authoring program is ulead WS2.

                    Any hope that this will be corrected soon?

                    Thanks
                    Ronnie Martin
                    www.distracingvideo.com
                    Ronnie Martin
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                    • #11
                      NO PCE so no PCE presets. To be expected. You can use the included exporter which work well Except it outputs program streams not elementary ones. That is the problem that was being discussed here. There are ways to demux to get elementary streams (also discussed) or yes, go to PC2 standalone and use that.

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                      • #12
                        I'm now just trying to get my head around the different look of Edius 5 (coming from Edius 3).
                        The export options to Mpeg 2 seem very limited. How do I tweak the bit rate etc in Edius 5? PCE in Edius 3 gave me all sorts of options for final export.
                        Also, how do I render out to Mpeg 1 in Edius 5?

                        Richard

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                        • #13
                          you need to tick enable conversion

                          or export to HQ.avi and then use T4 Xpress, my favourite
                          Anton Strauss
                          Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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                          • #14
                            I had a chance to revisit the issue of elementary streams today and found that they are not an issue at all. Using Batch Export made it pretty easy. By disabling audio conversion on a video export and separately exporting .ac3 audio, it made perfect sense. All in a single batch export without the wizard stuff. Definitely a more professional approach.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Rusty View Post
                              I had a chance to revisit the issue of elementary streams today and found that they are not an issue at all. Using Batch Export made it pretty easy. By disabling audio conversion on a video export and separately exporting .ac3 audio, it made perfect sense. All in a single batch export without the wizard stuff. Definitely a more professional approach.
                              Even on my most optimistic days, I could not call lack of elementary streams "more professional"

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