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Sorenson Squeeze H264 settings for blu-ray?

Nov 22, 2011 3:36 PM

Tags: #problem #cs5 #video #import #h.264 #blu-ray #encore #transcoding

I'm trying to create a blu-ray in encore, and when importing an H264 using squeeze's blu-ray preset, encore wants to reencode.  However, a blu-ray mpeg2 created from squeeze's presets works fine with encore.  I'm not able to have Adobe Media Encoder installed on the computer that I am encoding from.  Any advice?  Here are the settings:

 

Mainconcept H.264

2pass vbr

1080i 29.97

25,000 Kbps

constrain at 30,000 Kbps

 

level 4.1

high AVC profile

interlaced

top field first

CABAC encoding entropy mode

 

key frames every 300 frames

auto key frame on scene change (50)

 

use b-pictures 3

use b-slices as reference (unchecked)

multiple slices (0)

reference frames (2)

 
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    Nov 22, 2011 5:40 PM   in reply to peacebreakerr

    I don't know if Jeff will drop by to comment on this, particularly re squeeze and whether the following applies the same or differently.

     

    There is a bug regarding how Encore is handling 2 pass vbr h.264.

     

    See this thread:

     

    http://forums.adobe.com/message/3917097#3917097

     
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    Nov 23, 2011 10:37 AM   in reply to peacebreakerr

    Try your original settings, only turn CABAC off.  If that doesn't work, then I recommend X264 via MeGui (Windows only).  Save as raw .264 files and En will import them without wanting to transcode.

     

    -Jeff

     
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    Nov 26, 2011 8:56 AM   in reply to peacebreakerr
    I'm not able to have Adobe Media Encoder installed on the computer that I am encoding from.

     

    Why not?  AME is installed with PP, which you need to install Encore.  So you should have all three.

     
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