2460 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Dec 19, 2010 12:39 PM by JRIH
It might help if you told us what version of Compressor you are using, but I'll try to help. DVDSP does do a better job, but if using Quicktime gives you acceptable results, why change? No matter what, your video file must be an MPEG-2 file.
To answer your questions. Import your asset into compressor. You can then choose one of Apple's presets. If your movie is 97 minutes, I suggest "best 120 minute,.m2v. Do not pick 16:9 unless your imported asset is also 16:9 as Compressor will not convert it. Now go to the window drop down menu and select "show inspector". There will be several tabs that will allow you to do what you want. As for sound, choose dolby instead of .Aiff. Dolby (.ac3) gives the same sound quality as .Aiff, but a much smaller file. .Aiff files are what your music CD's use.
Hope this helps.