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Old 09-13-2018, 10:11 AM   #1
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Default Export mp4 HD for TMPGenc Authoring

Usually, for authoring BD by TMPGEnc, I use MPEG files from Edius.
But, for a new BD I am limited by the space (25Go) and I've to choose mp4 format.
What is the best mp4 HD settings to export by Edius and to avoid a render in authoring software ?


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Old 09-13-2018, 10:22 AM   #2
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what is the duration?
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BD duration : 2h20'
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export to mpeg2 HD elementary streams with attached settings and the result will be stunning
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Thank a lot Anton.
Space saving is about 22%.
The calculation gives about 20 Go instead of more 25 Go.
Perfect!

For the DVD version, I plan to burn 2 DVD, not so easy, but on 1 DVD the bitrate will be very low.

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For the DVD version, I plan to burn 2 DVD, not so easy, but on 1 DVD the bitrate will be very low.

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why make one low? if using two DVD at 70min each, you can use a bitrate of 7.6mbps for video and 256 for ac3 audio, in other words, perfect
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export to mpeg2 HD elementary streams with attached settings and the result will be stunning
I did use your settings to export a Blu-ray compatible file from edius and import that into tmp auth works 6, while it looked great and no rerendering was needed so a big time saver I got less good results while converting that tmp project for dvd output. When I use a hqavi file the dvd quality looks a bit better, I got more pixelation around moving objects when the mpeg2 HD file was converted to a SD file, wish this was not the case though as it would save me quite some time making dvd and blu-rays from one and the same project.
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why make one low? if using two DVD at 70min each, you can use a bitrate of 7.6mbps for video and 256 for ac3 audio, in other words, perfect
Yes, for sure, it's my settings with 2 DVD for this long duration (2h20').
But if I choose the same duration on one DVD, the quality will be crazy.

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you don't want to convert an existing TMPG project to DVD use

simply export mpeg2 SD Elementary streams from EDIUS and then use in TAW6 (make sure EDIUS is switched to SD project preset with Lanczos3 HQ enabled and apply 12% sharpness filter prior to export)
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Thx will try that out, the reason I got version 6 because it was possible to switch between Blu-ray and dvd which saves me time, eventough I don't sell dvd as standard anymore people keep asking for it.
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