DVD Studio Pro - How the Encoded Files Are Named

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How the Encoded Files Are Named

When you import QuickTime video assets into DVD Studio Pro, the integrated MPEG
encoder names the encoded files as follows:

• The first half is the complete original filename, including its extension.

• The second half has three parts—the video standard (NTSC or PAL), the encoding bit

rate (shown as a four-digit number), and the “.m2v” extension.

For example, if you import an asset named “Main Program.mov,” use the NTSC standard
and a bit rate of 5.5 Mbps, the MPEG-encoded filename will be “Main

Audio files created by the embedded AIFF encoder use the original filename with an
added “.aiff” extension.


Using the Integrated MPEG Encoder

for more information on the integrated MPEG