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Please, no one can answer me?
If what I've written is not very clear, please tell me and I will try to explain the problem more accurately.
Thanks again! Bye!
Set the bitrate you want as VBR first, then switch to CBR. This time, the correct bitrate should remain.
This is a known issue with the AME that will hopefully get fixed soon.
Thank you so much! It worked! Didn't know of this known issue... Thanks again... Bye!
I added an entry in the Pr wiki concerning troubleshooting this issue in the AME.
Great idea... Thanks again for your help... Everything now works perfectly with that trick!
You're welcome. :)
Off-topic, but related to your naming convention in your reply, post 4.
Adobe has been using the "Pr" to designate Premiere for a version, or two now. I've been using "PP" for Premiere Pro, and "PE" for Premiere Elements, as I follow both fora now. Though it will take some retraining on my part, is the conventional wisdom (no pun here) that the acronym is most correctly stated as "PrP" and "PrE?" I also use PS for Photoshop, and PSE for Photoshop Elements, so it's not a matter of the characters. I just want to use the most correct acronym, for clarity in posts. What are your thoughts?
I don't think it really matters. I like Pr just because I see that in my shortcuts to Premiere and in various icons. But PP works too, in that everyone will likely understand the reference. "PrP" might too easily be confused with "PnP", which doesn't have all that much to do with video editing. :)