|January 13th, 2010, 03:14 PM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Nevada City, California
More Bitrate Confusion..
I finished editing a two hour video on FCP and am trying to export it using Flip 4 Mac to a WMV. Client wants to stream the video on their intranet and has requested:
"Windows Media Encoder Profile (.wme)
Script Channel encoded"
To reach the 293 Kbps I am using a custom setting in Flip 4 Mac of 245 Kpbs for the video and 48 for the audio. The video looks and sounds fine. The problem is the targeted bitrate. When I look at the properties with Quicktime Inspector the bitrate is high, around 650 Kbps.
So my questions are:
Why is the datarate in file inspector higher than my selected encoding bitrate?
Why are they asking for 293Kbps? Is this critical?
What is Script Channel encoded?
Can I meet these specs with Flip for Mac or do I need to use Windows Media Encoder?
Any help is appreciated.
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