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Nero Digital AVC

Nero Digital AVC is an MPEG-4 AVC (Advanced Video Coding) specification that's part of Nero's standalone DVD player certification program. Like the standard Nero Digital program it includes a number of profiles which offer specific features. Nero Digital AVC files all use AVC video and AAC audio, and are stored in MPEG-4's official container - MP4.

Although Nero ReCode and NeroVision both include presets that ensure compliance with Nero Digital AVC profiles, being a standards compliant format it's possible to create them with other AVC/AAC encoders and muxers.
Nero Digital AVC Profiles







Mobile

Max Resolution: 176x144
Max Framerate: 15fps
Audio Format: AAC-LC (2.0/16-96kbps)
AVC Audio Format: AAC-HE (2.0/16-56kbps)








Portable

Max Resolution: 352x288
Max Framerate: 30fps
Audio Format: AAC-LC (2.0/16-112kbps)
AVC Audio Format: AAC-HE (2.0/16-80kbps)









Standard

PAL Max Resolution: 720x576
PAL Max Framerate: 25fps
NTSC Max Resolution: 720x576
NTSC Max Framerate: 25fps
Audio Format: AAC-LC (2.0/16-448kbps)
AVC Audio Format: AAC-HE (2.0/16-128kbps or 5.1/96-256kbps)








Cinema

Max Resolution: 1280x720
Max Framerate: 30fps
Audio Format: AAC-LC (2.0/16-448kbps)
AVC Audio Format: AAC-HE (2.0/16-128kbps or 5.1/96-256kbps)







HDTV

Max Resolution: 1920x1080
Max Framerate: 30fps
Audio Format: AAC-LC (2.0/16-448kbps or 5.1/192-640kbps)
AVC Audio Format:AAC-HE (2.0/16-128kbps or 5.1/96-256kbps)


Related Guides:
Nero Digital Encoding
How to encode files for the PSP with Nero Recode
Convert DVD Movie to Nero Digital

You can find more information on Nero Digital and Nero Digital AVC on the program's official website.

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