That thing doesnt seem to help me. I do not really understand what it is suppose to do.
Would you mid just telling me which format i should export at?
Either H.264-BR or MPEG2-BR. Then you fill out the left hand side of the calculator and on the right hand side appear the optimal encode settings that you should use. For illustration I have filled it out and it looks like this:
This was done with the assumption that the timeline is 2 hours long, in PAL format, using Dolby Digital sound, to be burned on a SL BRD with 500 MB required for menu's and other assets. The encode settings are shown on the right hand side, indicating 2-pass VBR with the indicated bitrates as the optimal settings in this case. You use these results to set the proper bitrates in AME and export elementary streams (one video and one audio stream, not multiplexed) to Encore.
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First of all get some BluRay Rewritables for testing.
Premiere has some nice presets like H.264 BluRay/HDTV 1080i 25 High Qulaity. Set Audio to Dolby and Mulitplexer to None.
This will give you two files which you import into Encore.
Make menu and burn.
If you do not want to set a preset in Premiere you can send your project to Encore with Dynamic Link and set Encore to automatic.
Encore will to the math for you, make menu and burn.
Please ignore my last email.
I have imported my Adobe Premiere Pro sequence into Encore.
Can you please insturct me as what i should do.
Do you have like some sort of Skype or Msn?