Old question, one that always seems to have an answer with a caveat. Is there a way to create a BluRay in DVD Architect (v5 or higher) with a total bit rate greater than 28?
Using Premiere Pro, rendering mpeg2 for BluRay, using 96/24 audio stream— DVDA won’t permit a total bit rate greater than 28. It says the ceiling is 40– but after 28, it will always recompress— which defeats the purpose. Total bit rate of 28 is still far, far better than DVD— but the allure of 36-40 total bit rate is strong.
Is there a secret button I’m forgetting to push? Thoughts appreciated.
There is still a market for physical media out there, and it’s unfortunate there are no professional products (except prohibitively expensive ones) left to do this. DVDA had such potential to be that product, then they ended the product. It’s still not bad at all, but is falling behind the current technology rapidly.