How to create a H264 with no frame reordering and 44.1kHz/320Kbps AAC audio

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Jun 23, 2017 Jun 23, 2017

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Here's the problem:

I'm trying to meet a spec. for a client in which they have specified an H.264 with NO frame reordering and 44.1 kHz/320 Kbps AAC audio.  I have attempted this using two methods: 1. setting up a profile within a .mov container, and 2. as a .mp4. 

My issues/questions are as follows:

1.  When setting up a profile in a .mov container, I am able to turn frame reordering off, but when I set my audio to AAC 44.1 kHz, the option to encode with a Bit Rate of 320 Kbps is not an option!  It just defaults to 128 Kbps.  This would be rejectable as a spec option.  Is there some way I can up the Bit Rate to 320 Kbps?

2.  When setting up a profile as a .mp4, turning off frame reordering is NOT an option.  I'm assuming it defaults to allow frame reordering, but is there any way I can turn it off?  DOES it in fact automatically utilize frame reordering?  If not, this would be rejectable as a spec option.

Thanks for any clarification!

-Thomas

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You have not listed an Adobe application is which you are working. This is not the forum for such a general discussion (virtually no one would see it here). If you tell us your application and version, we can move this posting to the appropriate forum.

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Ah!  So sorry!  Adobe Media Encoder.

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