Hi. I've been making blu-rays for awhile using DVDArchitect pro and I would be exporting out MPEG-2 Bluray files with Adobe Encoder (Would use Medium settings since DVD Architect won't allow the video if it's placed on High settings, medium settings has Minimum bitrate as: 20, Target bitrate as 25, and Max bitrate as 30). I no longer use Adobe software so my new choice of encoding videos into blu-ray format is in Sony Vegas Pro 15. Now I know that with AVC, the file sizes aren't as big as MPEG2 so I'm aware if I wanted to save space I would choose AVC but the highest the bitrate goes for AVC in the tab is 21,999,616? I'm also guessing that just means 22 bps? Am I able to manually upper up the number to something like 27,000,000 for example? I found people online saying that AVC at 16,000,000 is = to 25mbs of MPEG2-Bluray but I'm not entirely sure if that's correct. Should I stick with MPEG-2 Bluray at 25mbs or go with AVC with 21,999,616? Also, on DVD Architect should I also change default bitrate of the project? When I select MPEG-2 Bluray 1080p 24fps it has it at 18 mbs, is that fine or should I change it to 25/30? the Hopefully this made sense.