exceeds bitrate on MPEG-2

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I am using Adobe Premiere 6.5 MPEG-2 to encode, what should the bit rate be.
I had it at 8000 and then 6000, but I still get this message "Data Exceeded
Multipexable bit rate" I am using 6000 or DVD NTSC 4X3 BITRATE. What
should it be.

I had this problem before and some fixed it, but forgotten what I did to fix
it.

L
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    leo wrote:
    > I am using Adobe Premiere 6.5 MPEG-2 to encode, what should the bit rate be.
    > I had it at 8000 and then 6000, but I still get this message "Data Exceeded
    > Multipexable bit rate" I am using 6000 or DVD NTSC 4X3 BITRATE. What
    > should it be.
    >
    > I had this problem before and some fixed it, but forgotten what I did to fix
    > it.
    >
    > L
    >
    >
    If you are really using 6Mbps it should be small enough. Maybe your
    header is corrupted. You can fix this using the mpeg tools of tmpg
    (http://www.tmpgenc.net). Just open the file and save it again.

    Andre

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    can I fix this without going to tmpg. I really do not want to download it,
    please help

    "andre" <andre.gunther@sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
    news:7sHfd.35222$QJ3.25981@newssvr21.news.prodigy.com...
    > leo wrote:
    >> I am using Adobe Premiere 6.5 MPEG-2 to encode, what should the bit rate
    >> be. I had it at 8000 and then 6000, but I still get this message "Data
    >> Exceeded
    >> Multipexable bit rate" I am using 6000 or DVD NTSC 4X3 BITRATE. What
    >> should it be.
    >>
    >> I had this problem before and some fixed it, but forgotten what I did to
    >> fix it.
    >>
    >> L
    > If you are really using 6Mbps it should be small enough. Maybe your header
    > is corrupted. You can fix this using the mpeg tools of tmpg
    > (http://www.tmpgenc.net). Just open the file and save it again.
    >
    > Andre
    >
    > --
    > ----------------------------------
    > http://www.aguntherphotography.com
  3. Archived from groups: rec.video.desktop (More info?)

    > I am using Adobe Premiere 6.5 MPEG-2 to encode, what should the bit rate
    be.
    > I had it at 8000 and then 6000, but I still get this message "Data
    Exceeded
    > Multipexable bit rate" I am using 6000 or DVD NTSC 4X3 BITRATE. What
    > should it be.

    I use PP now and can't remember the presets in 6.5. You are using the Adobe
    Media Encoder from within Premier, aren't you? Select one of the standard
    presents from there and I doubt you'll have any problem.

    _______________________________________________

    Here's what I do with video:

    http://www.onworldsedge.com/21452.html
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    "leo" <dusty-roads@earthlink.net> wrote in message
    news:ElIfd.10766$ta5.3682@newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    > can I fix this without going to tmpg. I really do not want to download
    it,
    > please help

    I don't have Premiere 6.5 but is there separate settings for video bitrate
    and system stream bitrate? If so then the system stream bitrate needs to be
    high enough to accomodate the video, audio, and some overhead.

    > "andre" <andre.gunther@sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
    > news:7sHfd.35222$QJ3.25981@newssvr21.news.prodigy.com...
    > > leo wrote:
    > >> I am using Adobe Premiere 6.5 MPEG-2 to encode, what should the bit
    rate
    > >> be. I had it at 8000 and then 6000, but I still get this message "Data
    > >> Exceeded
    > >> Multipexable bit rate" I am using 6000 or DVD NTSC 4X3 BITRATE. What
    > >> should it be.
    > >>
    > >> I had this problem before and some fixed it, but forgotten what I did
    to
    > >> fix it.
    > >>
    > >> L
    > > If you are really using 6Mbps it should be small enough. Maybe your
    header
    > > is corrupted. You can fix this using the mpeg tools of tmpg
    > > (http://www.tmpgenc.net). Just open the file and save it again.
    > >
    > > Andre
    > >
    > > --
    > > ----------------------------------
    > > http://www.aguntherphotography.com
    >
    >
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    Thanks, I lowered my bit rate some more and was able to burn. I lower it to
    4500


    "Mark" <mark@onworldsedge.com> wrote in message
    news:59Nfd.41927$qH3.16859@bignews6.bellsouth.net...
    >> I am using Adobe Premiere 6.5 MPEG-2 to encode, what should the bit rate
    > be.
    >> I had it at 8000 and then 6000, but I still get this message "Data
    > Exceeded
    >> Multipexable bit rate" I am using 6000 or DVD NTSC 4X3 BITRATE. What
    >> should it be.
    >
    > I use PP now and can't remember the presets in 6.5. You are using the
    > Adobe
    > Media Encoder from within Premier, aren't you? Select one of the standard
    > presents from there and I doubt you'll have any problem.
    >
    > _______________________________________________
    >
    > Here's what I do with video:
    >
    > http://www.onworldsedge.com/21452.html
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
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