That ain't much. You sure you don't mean Mb/s, which is the normal measure for video?
In either case, set up a CBR export using the bitrate you want.
Yes those are the correct values, its the recommended settings for Filmbinder.com to host your films so load times for viewers are decent and there's not a lot of buffering.Thanks for the tip
By the way, they recommend 188 KB/s. That capital B makes a BIG difference. This translates to roughly 1.5 Mb/s. Still pretty low, even for standard def. Do take their recommendation to use an x264 encoder. It'll produce noticeably better resutls at that bitrate over the included MainConcept encoder Adobe uses.
I have to admit, you found an interesting way to confuse my friend Jim.
You see, people just don't use KB/s, they use Mb/s or even Kb/s but using 188KB/s means that most of us have to multiply by eight to get a number we are used to, then divide by 1024.
So, 188 X 8 = 1504Kb/s or about 1.47Mb/s. Which is pretty small for video in this day and age, but so be it. That is their recommendation.
(If anyone wants to argue about the 1024 vs 1000, don't. I can argue both sides for you.)
To set the export bit rate you will want to type in 1.47Mb/s but you won't be happy comparing it to a higher quality YouTube video. Darn, who would have even thought I would ever type " higher quality YouTube video" and not be kidding?