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  • Optimizing DVD capacity??

    I am exporting a 55 minute timeline filmed in 720 p to a SD DVD, however i would like to fill the 4.3 GB DVD to the maximum. (Using standard 90 minute preset) It appears that the bitrate can only be pushed slightly before glitches in DVD's appear - so are there any other ways of exporting a 4 GB m4v file - that will be reliable once burned?
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    More is not better with DVD encoding.

    Maximum combined bit rate should stay under 10.2 mbps for all video and all audio

    You should stay about 6.8 or so target and maximum and at 192 Dolby2 for audio.
    David
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      If you go too high then some DVD players will not be able to keep up. If you are releasing something commercially then this becomes a concern. There is a website where some pros tested to find the highest rate so that virtually everyone (including those with old DVD players) would be able to play it. I can't remember the site but I think the setting they homed in on was 5.7 average, 7.6 max, and 2-pass.

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      • #4
        Actually, higher bit rates don't seem to be adverse if the disc is replicated
        David
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