I have a client requirement and seems that it is becoming more and more popular. They ask for dvd mpeg IMX export with these specificaions:
IMX30 Standard Definition:
Video File File: IMX30 QuickTime MOV or OP1a MXF wrapped
File Extension: .mov or .mxf
File Chroma Encoding: 4:2:2
Encoding Bitrate: 30Mbit/sec
Encoding GOP: I frame only
MPEG Encoding Type: Interlaced TFF
Video Standard: PAL
Levels: Standard Video Levels BT.601 (16-235. Not
Aspect Ratio: 16/9 or 4/3 per destination requirements
Frame Size: 720(H) x 576(V) pixels (PAL), 720 x 480
Frame Rate: 25.00 fps (PAL), 29.97 (NTSC)
Picture Scan Type: Interlaced TFF or Progressive
Duration: As specified at upload time mm:ss:ff1
I know I can export .MXF via MXF OP1a but I can't see any of the parameters that I can edit. Are the default parameters standard like the requirements above? Or do I have to bring my material out to encode this? Thanks.
IMX is by definition an I-frame only Rec.601 format, so the only parameter you need to worry about is the aspect ratio.
Thank you, Jim. I guess I'll just have try test it with them, if my default parameters meet their specifications.