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Please i need encode a video with the next especificacion:

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Format : MPEG-TS

OverallBitRate/String : 3500 Kbps

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Video

Format : MPEG Video

Format_Version : Version 2

Format_Profile : Main@Main

Format_Settings_BVOP/String : Yes

Format_Settings_Matrix/String : Default

Format_Settings_GOP : M=3, N=12

BitRate_Mode/String : CBR

BitRate/String : 2910 Kbps

Width/String : 720 pixel3

Height/String : 576 pixel3

DisplayAspectRatio/String : 4:3

FrameRate/String : 25.000 fps3

Standard : PAL

ColorSpace : YUV

ChromaSubsampling : 4:2:0

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I'm encoding with "Super" but do not know what parameters to use ... you recommend me another encoder or this is good? if so, which use parameters to adjust my specifications? thanks

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Mpeg transport stream is usually used when broadcasting video. It can better deal with damaged or degraded stream then traditional encoding containers such as dvd and more modern methods such as divx/xvid or h264/x264.

Normally the exact settings used are based on the source video, so it's very odd to say you want to know how to encode a video with this exact specs, as they could completely destroy the video source if they aren't compatible.

I think your question would be better asked if you specified what source video your using and what you plan to do with it, then perhaps members could offer advice on the best way to go about it.

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