Using Default MPEG-4 Part 2 Settings

If you don’t need to customize the video and audio settings of your MPEG-4 Part 2 file, you can use the “quick-and-easy” method to transcode your source media files. This consists of accepting the default MPEG-4 Part 2 output format settings.

Default Video Pane Settings

These are the default video settings for MPEG-4 Part 2 output media files.

  • Video Enabled checkbox: Selected
  • ISMA Profile: Basic
  • Frame Rate: 15 fps
  • Key frame interval: 15 frames
  • Bit Rate: 368 kbps
    Figure. Video tab showing default settings.

See Video Pane for more information.

Default Audio Pane Settings

These are the default audio settings for MPEG-4 Part 2 output media files.

  • Audio Enabled checkbox: Selected
  • Channels: Stereo
  • Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz
  • Quality: High
  • Bit Rate: 64 kbps
    Figure. Audio tab showing default settings.

See Audio Pane for more information.

Default Streaming Pane Settings

These are the default streaming settings for MPEG-4 Part 2 output media files.

  • “Streaming hints enabled” checkbox: Selected
  • Packet Maximum Size: 1,450 bytes
  • Packet Maximum Duration: 100 milliseconds
    Figure. Streaming tab showing default settings.

See Streaming Pane for more information.

If these settings are acceptable to you, there is nothing further that you need to do, and you can begin transcoding source media files immediately.