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Chapter 5. Encoding for DVD > Creating Transport Streams

Creating Transport Streams

By selecting the last box in the Extras tab of the Encoder pane, Compressor creates multiplexed files known as transport streams (that include audio and video in the same file). These files are commonly used in broadcast or satellite television, or for network delivery. However, this powerful option produces output files that are unusable for DVD authoring. Therefore, select the box only if you need to create a transport stream.

Compressor lets you increase the bit rates in the Quality tab to the requirements of your delivery system. For example, you can set a Two Pass VBR with a 19 Mbps Average Bit Rate and a 25 Mbps maximum to suit a transport stream broadcast—settings that would exceed the limits of SD DVDs. Just be sure to select the Multiplexed option on the Extras tab or the assets that are created will be rendered unusable by either platform.


  

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