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  • #16
    I export two streams in a few mouseclicks with Batch Export to get the file types I need...
    Aren't they elementary? (my dear Watson)
    Maybe we already have what we need.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Richtiger View Post
      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?

      What I miss is the ability to tweak bit rates and instantly know if you chose a setting that would allow the projct to fit on the disk without trial and error.

      It is probaly there, I just don't know where it is.

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      • #18
        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.
        How do we do this Rusty?

        When go to the advanced tab the options are greyed out.

        What advantage is there to have m2v and separate ac3 audio as against just outputting m2p with ac3 audio linked?


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        • #19
          Hi Rusty

          Can you please post your steps if you have some time to spare as...

          I have tried your export method & I cant seem to get it to work...I have tried 3 ways from the exporter & each results in an audio stream embeded in the mpeg file...if I choose do not export audio under the convert audio settings I get no sound in my file but it still has an audio track embeded it is just show audio 48k & bitrate just as normal fact file size is the same as program stream with audio. so its not creating separate streams at least the way I have been trying to follow.

          I could be just missunderstanding your export method though.

          Hi Ronnie

          You could always pop into the Print to DVD wizard & toy with bitrates etc in there to get a visual reference on the disc space needed by the resulting file...not elegant but a work around at least...there are also some good online bitrate calculators you could use.

          I miss the chapter points from sequence markers in the streams I frame creation.


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