Multiple Video Angles
Using multiple video angles in a track also affects the maximum allowable video bit rate
you can use. Due to the way the DVD specification requires video streams to be
multiplexed together, the number of video streams determines the maximum video bit
rate you can use in SD projects. The maximum combined bit rates (highest bit rate video
stream + all audio streams + all subtitle streams) you can use for each multi- and
mixed-angle track in an SD project is from 8.0 Mbps with two streams to 7.0 Mbps with
nine streams. See
Encoding Video for Multi-Angle Tracks
for more information.
HD projects using multiple video angles in a track are limited to 24.0 Mbps for the
maximum combined bit rates, regardless of the number of video angles.