Exporting MPEG2-TS .MPG

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Mar 13, 2022 Mar 13, 2022

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Hi, 

 

In older versions of Premiere, I think 2021 and prior, you could export a sequence as MPEG-2 Transport Stream without using the .m2s file extension. I can't seem to figure it out again in Premiere 2022, and I've lost my export preset. 

 

Is there still a way to do this? I've tried using the MPEG Multiplexer, but I keep ending up with Program Streams.

These files are for playback in a TV station's playout server, and hadn't required transcoding on their end before I updated. They have issues playing back anything other than MPEG-2 TS files, and while I can change the extension from .m2s to .mpg, I didn't have to before, and it adds what seems like an unnecessary step.

 

Thanks in advance!

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Mar 16, 2022 Mar 16, 2022

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Hi shaburnburn,

Good to hear from you. Sorry about your problem, though.

In older versions of Premiere, I think 2021 and prior, you could export a sequence as MPEG-2 Transport Stream without using the .m2s file extension. I can't seem to figure it out again in Premiere 2022, and I've lost my export preset. 

 

Is there still a way to do this?

I'm not sure but have you tried creating a new Encoding Preset in Media Encoder? There are some options there that may help with your specific output format. If that is not working either, let me know.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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Mar 16, 2022 Mar 16, 2022

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Hi again,

I heard back from the product team: They asked, "Did you mean .m2t? If so, you can create a file like that if you go to the Multiplexer tab of Export Settings and set Multiplexing to TS.

 

I hope that info helps.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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