Please refer to the relevant Peach Technical Specification for full details of the file requirements. This includes information regarding file layout, video and audio levels and frame rate.
This document is intended as a guide only for the export of content from Media Encoder CC. Suppliers should perform their own encoding tests and quality control to verify final settings achieve the required specification and level of quality.
If any assistance is required please contact the Customer Success team who are available via Chat within Peach.
The encoding process and final quality of files remain the responsibility of the supplier. Peach cannot accept liability for incorrect or low-quality encoding.
|Select||Preset, Create Encoding Preset...|
|Preset Name||e.g. Peach Digital 16x9, Peach Digital 1x1 etc|
|Based on Preset||New Preset|
|Height & Width||1920 x 1080 (16:9)|
|1080 x 1080 (1:1)|
|1080 x 1920 (9:16)|
|1080 x 1620 (2:3)|
|1080 x 1440 (3:4)|
|1080 x 1350 (4:5)|
|Frame Rate||23.976, 24, 25, 29.97 or 30|
|Aspect||Square Pixels (1.0)|
|Select||Render at Maximum Depth|
|Target Bitrate [Mbps]||Between 10-70|
|Sample Rate||48000 Hz|
|Select||Use Maximum Render Quality|
|Select||OK to Save File|
|Navigate||To the Master File to be transcoded|
|Right Click||The Master Files|
|Click||Import into Queue|
|Preset||Newly Created Preset (e.g. Peach Digital 16x9)|
|Output File||Choose Export Locations and Name File (Should match VersionID) (.mp4)|
|Click||Green Play Icon or Press Return to Export File|
Chrominance & Luminance Levels
Some sequences may require a Video Limiter to be applied before export to ensure Chrominance and Luminance levels are within specified limits.
To apply a Video Limiter set the following Effect during the Export Process
|Clip Level||103 IRE|
|Compression before clipping||3%|
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