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Any issue with setting specific bitrate to 40,000kb/s for a bluray encode?
Hey, more of a general question. I have a short 30 minute episode of something that I plan on encoding into a bluray structure. I know that the max bitrate is 40,000kb/s for video and high 50,000kb/s for video/audio combined, and I plan on setting specific filesize/bitrate to that 40,000. I have a 50gb bluray disc, so space isn't an issue, I'm just worried about performance on a bluray player.

Will most bluray players play the episode fine with a specific bitrate of 40,000? Or should I lower that a bit to be safe?

Thank you so much!
You should be fine. All Blu-ray players should play such files fine, and the vbv restrictions should limit the bitrate if needed.
The only downside that might be there is that the player might have to speed up a bit.

Cu Selur

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