There is no NLE capable of exporting 60 FPS AFAIK. What is the use? No BR supports it, it is not in the specs, at least not for 1080 material.
No BR supports it, it is not in the specs, at least not for 1080 material.
60 fps is the standard for 720p, though. And it is in the specs for BD-ROM. I'm not aware of any spec difference between ROM and R/E on this matter, so if one has material in 720p at 60 fps, it make sense that one would want to export 720p at 60 fps.
There is no NLE capable of exporting 60 FPS AFAIK.
CS4 has the capability. Even at 1920 x 1080, you can do both 59.94 or true 60 fps under the H.264 option. I can't believe CS5 can't do this.
With H.264, you must set Level to 3.2 for 59.94/60fps at 1280x720, and 4.2 for 59.94/60fps at 1920x1080. Profile doesn't matter; you can use Baseline, Main or High.
Could you tell me what you mean by "set Level to 3.2"?
I use H.264 in standard definition with no problem.
All of a sudden, it jitters in preview and pushed the cpu use over 50%.
Do you have any suggestions?