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Final Cut Pro :: HDV Video Converting To H264 To Play On IPhone 4 At 1280 X 720


I have Final Cut Pro 5.1.4 and Compressor 2...what are the BEST settings to convert my HDV 1080i video (1440 x 1080) to a H264 format that iTunes can accept and I can import/sync into my new iPhone 4. Some of my videos seem to work fine and other will NOT transfer and play on the iPhone 4 (although they play fine in iTunes). I've played with the Bit Rate and see some videos work at 6,000 kbps, some work at 10,000 kbps and some do NOT work at 5,000 kbps!? All in H264 with 2 pass encoding. I've converted the audio to 128kbps AAC and 160kbps. I've changed the "header" to fast start or NO header or compressed header. No pattern there. I've converted to 1280 x 720 and again some work and some don't. I have a 10 minute video that works great and a 6 minute and 25 minute video that will not transfer to the iPhone 4 and play? Am I best to convert to 960x540 the native resolution of the iPhone 4 or can I keep all my finished video in my preferred format of 1280 x 720 in case I plug my iPhone into an HDTV? why can't I find a pattern of what works and what doesn't work when moving stuff to the iPhone 4. been experimenting now for 4-5 hours with no discernable pattern.

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Mac OS X (10.6.2)
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