0 Replies Latest reply on Jun 5, 2014 4:18 AM by Thomcaptcha

    How to export After Effects Animation for Broadcast in MXF

    Thomcaptcha

      Hello!

      Big fan of the site, and I hope you'll excuse the newbie question.

       

      I'm currently looking to compress 4 x short 15second trailers for an Indian TV station which have been rendered in after effects. They've requested the following specs, and I'm hitting a few creative walls. The Aspect Ratio and fps I’m absolutely fine with..but I’m a little lost in terms of the rendering container and audio spec.

       

      As I mentioned I’ve got After Effect, Compressor but I also have Final Cut Pro too. If any one can offer any assistance whatsoever I’d be hugely grateful!

       

      TVC High Definition HD File Master

       

      Containers - MXF for XD CAM HD422

      GOP - Long GOP

      Bit Rate type  - CBR

      Video Codec - XD CAM HD 422

      Video bit rate - 50mb/s

      Width -1920

      Height - 1080

      Frames per second -(i) 50 or (p) 25

      Aspect Radio  - 16:9 (Full frame only)

      Audio Codec - PCM & Dolby E

      Bits Per Sample - Dolby E always 20

      # of Audio Channels - 4 tracks as per 1.2

      Audio sample rate - 48Khz

       

      Audio Track:

      Audio Track 1 - Mono Mix

      Audio Track 2 - Mono Mix

      Audio Track 3 - Dolby E Mix

      Audio Track 4 - Dolby E Mix

       

      and second video

       

      TVC High Definition SD File Master

       

      Containers - MXF OP1A

      GOP - I Frames

      Bit Rate type  - CB

      Video Codec - IMX

      Video bit rate - 50mb/s

      Width - 720

      Height - 576

      Frames per second - 25

      Aspect Radio  - 4:3

      Audio Codec - PCM uncompressed

      Bits Per Sample - 24bit

      # of Audio Channels - 4 tracks

      Audio sample rate - 48Khz

       

      Audio Track:

      Audio Track 1 - Mono Mix

      Audio Track 2 - Mono Mix

      Audio Track 3 - Mono Mix

      Audio Track 4 - Mono Mix