Below is a quote from the Adobe help pdf.
"For Blu‑ray projects, the encoding profile must be Main when you select H.264 as the encoding format. You cannot burn a Blu-ray disc when the encoding profile for a H.264 video asset is set to High." Ive been using High 4.1 with no problems.But..........
My question is: Is this statement correct as of Oct 2010. I read all the posts on this question with no solid answer. I seem to remember a post from Jeff or Harmn some tine ago that said to use High 4.1 for BDs.
Thanks for the replies.
I can't answer the question directly, but the following specs are allowed.
|Resolution||Frame rate1||Aspect ratio|
Video format restrictions
|1920×1080||29.97-i||16:9||2D encodes only|
|1920×1080||25-i||16:9||2D encodes only|
|1440×1080||29.97-i||16:9 (anamorphic)||MPEG-4 AVC / SMPTE VC-1 only|
|1440×1080||25-i||16:9 (anamorphic)||MPEG-4 AVC / SMPTE VC-1 only|
|1440×1080||24-p||16:9 (anamorphic)||MPEG-4 AVC / SMPTE VC-1 only|
|1440×1080||23.976-p||16:9 (anamorphic)||MPEG-4 AVC / SMPTE VC-1 only|