It's been a while but I never really got an answer, is there any way
to mux the audio and .m2t video when exporting out of aftereffects cs3
as a hd blueray? I've only been able to export the
video and audio seperately which is anoying but tolerable.
is there any way to mux the audio and .m2t video when exporting out of aftereffects cs3
as a hd blueray?
And why would you even want that? If it is supposed to go on BluRay, the authoring program would demux it to add the stream control info. You gain nothing at all in using muxed audio, you only increase the chances for errors.
Alright, I now realize I can use dynamic link and
I don't need to waste time rendering. Thanks for the help.
Well if you don't have enough memory to run dynamic link on a big project like myself it seems the best option is to export the project as a mpeg2 blueray and not multiplex the video and audio keeping them seperate. Since I wan't to keep all of my Ppro project video files the same file type making the project a .m2v file seems to be my best option.
I want to export .m2t files because I can preview them on my large theater system using my Playstation 3 (which does an awesome job of playing .m2t files). This allows me to check color, etc without having to burn a blu-ray. And I can stream it directly from my Mac to the PS3. I can export .m2t from Premiere Pro, but haven't figured out how to do it directly from AE (which would save me a lot of time).
What I have been doing is exporting to .m2v and leaving my audio seperate in aftereffects and then importing them both into premiere because I don't have enough memory and no money to buy more at the moment and having several dynamic link videos in a 45min video can bog down your system alot. You cannot mux for some reason, you will keep getting errors and I guess you don't want to mux it anyways. It works fine and I don't notice any quality loss but there might be some. I still wish you could encode in .m2t or use frameserver in aftereffects to find a program that does encode in .m2t but .m2v seems to work fine and you can watch your edit in real time in the movie to see if it works or needs to be changed.
Are you annoyed yet that MAC doesn't support .m2t but adobe suite MAC does? You can't edit with final cut which is crappy if you bought a sony HDV camcorder. I'm sure your PS3 can play .m2v as well as .m2t.