MPEG-2 help

biferi

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When I create and export a video clip as MPEG-2 the Default Video Bit Rate is 1500

Now I know the Higher the Bit Rate the Better the Video and Bigger the Video Size.
But what is the MAX Bit Rate you can set MPEG-2 at???

Say I don't want to loss any Video Qwality?
Thanks
 

biferi

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I do a Lot of Video Edditing and I am taking video clips from DVDs I own.

I am useing WinX DVD Ripper to convert the VOB Files to MPEG-2 Format and the Video Bit Rate is set to 15000 kbps

But you can set it to whatever you want.
These DVDs are of the Simpsons TV Show and I am taking clips from them.

So I would like the Video to be as good as it can be.

What souls I have the Bit Rate set to what is the MAX for mpeg-2??

It can go very very high I don't know what is best for me I don't want to loss any video or audio qwulity.
 

Kage

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Maybe there isn't a direct limit on many new DVD players, up to a point.

For example, I have a DVD, called Animusic, which uses a very high bitrate, since its not that long, but warned that some DVD players may not take the bitrate very well.

If you want to fit a lot of epsiodes, you'll want to compress it down quite a bit, unless you only want to fit a few on a disc.
 

biferi

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Disc space is no problem I just wanted to know if the Default 15000 kbps is good or what sould I use to get a Greate Quality video?

I don't want to loss any video quality or audio???
 
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