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Old September 26th, 2010, 08:48 PM   #1
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Edius 5 Blu-ray H.264 export capped at ~22Mbps?

I'm playing with the Trial version of Edius 5 and wondering if this is some odd limitation of the Trial version or whether I'm simply doing something wrong...

When I do Print -> Print to File, choose H.264/AVC, then Blu-ray, the bitrate field is capped at 21400000. What's with that? I ought to be able to stick 40M in here (or perhaps 39M to be safe), but, strangely, such high bitrates are only available when using a non-Blu-ray-compatible MP4 wrapper, even though the profile is "High" in both cases.

Thoughts? 'Twould be a terrible thing not to be able to create a proper super-bit Blu-ray burn. :-)

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Aaron

FWIW: I'm evaluating Edius 5 as a replacement for Premiere CS4 and am finding the format support and speed remarkable!

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