What settings for .mov

Hello I've got a 8.7GB .mov video file here and my DVD are only 4.7GBs.
I've got about 7 videos this size that I need to burn onto DVDs. I'm curious what settings you would choose to complete this task.
If at all possible I'd like to not have to end up with two files (1 for video and 1 for sound)
Thanks a bunch!

Hello RcBro,
Depends. What are you going to use the file for? Archival? DVD player playback? Web streaming/download?
One thing I can answer definitively is that you will not end up with elementary stream files of any kind (separate audio/video files), for any of the above destinations anyway.
You have several options. Since you did not mention a DVD-9, I will spare you those details.
I am sure the kind people on this board will help you if you provide a little more information, such as:
-program duration
-final deliverable/use
The size description you gave us really tells us nothing. It might be a uncompressed trailer or a highly compressed feature. With more information, we can give you optimal advice.
Please let us know.
Mikey M.

Similar Messages

  • Best settings for .mov files on a Data CD or DVD ?

    I have a series of sequences in FCP. I want to export them as .mov files and .wmv flies to be played off a data CD or DVD. They are essentially talking heads with a few cut away shots about 5 min each.
    I'm finding that when I save them as "high" quality .mov & .wmv files through "Export / Quicktime Compression", they don't play smoothly off the CD. Compression too high I guess?
    Can someone recommend some settings for me? Somewhere to start and I can tweak... I'd like to keep the viewing window as large as possible. Some of the streaming settings are too small.
    I have Flip4Mac installed for making the .wmv files. Suggestions there are welcome too.

    I just found out Snow Leopard can only write HFS+ on CD and DVD for data.
    I have a utility called "Burn" that is freeware and it lets me choose the filesystem - including Joliet and hybrid.

  • What settings for Blueray ?

    I have a Sony HDR-HC3 and I want to know what settings to export for compatable HD playback for blueray? I plan on getting a PS3.
    Is it H.264 at 1920x1080 ?
    Any help would be great.

    You'll also need some third party software help. MPEG Streamclip (free) to create the MPEG-2 files and Apple's QuickTime MPEG-2 Playback Component ($20).

  • Cmss 3d settings for mov

    hi got the xfi extreame music.want do you all have for movies surround or in the midle.
    and what do you super rip your music at thanks alot.

    Originally Posted by lagonauta
    You should set your speaker layout to 2.0 on Creative Control Panel and set your game to 5.1/7.1. Some games get their information from Windows, so you would need to also set it to 5.1/7.1.
    Yes, Creative Control Panel to stereo and Windows to 5.1/7.1. The option on Creative Control Panel enables the effect and the proper speaker layout, and the setting in Windows tell all software that the system supports interpreting surround information.
    Some versions of the drivers do not allow different layouts, but the newest one works fine if I am not mistaken.
    Strangely enough, when I set the sound to 7.1 in Windows, when doing the basic test in the Control Panel, I get the sound only from L and R channels. Is that correct? I guess in that case I should be able to hear them all...

  • Exact import settings for .mov files via MPEG Streamclip?

    Ok, as I mentioned in this other thread , I'm looking to import some files recorded at an odd resolution into FCE.
    Resizing my 512x288 files to 720x480 looks like it works, as well as with my 640x480 ones (don't know how it'll ultimately mess with the quality)... but I did do a test using some footage from 3 different video sources with different native resoultions, a)720x480 Sony DV Cam, b) 512x288 captured by helmet cam on Archos PMA 430, and c) 640x480 captured on Canon SD600, as well as .jpeg photos at 640x480 res.
    I changed the odd sizes (Archos & Canon) to 720x480 using MPEG Streamclip, resampling the sound uncompressed at 48 khz, using the Apple DV/DVCPRO NTSC compression option. Importing these files into FCE, I mixed them and the Sony standard footage, and a few pictures up on a timeline, rendered it and exported it to a QT file, then burnt a CD. It appears to have worked to my satisfaction.
    My question is, before I go and convert about 60 5-10 minute clips to this 720x480 resolution for use in a full length documentary, are there any settings I should be ticking off on the MPEG Streamclip interface to maximize the likelihood that the final project will work as well as the test did?
    Below are the options I selected in the test, which seemed to work:
    Compression: Apple DV/DVCPRO-NTSC
    Quality: 100%
    Sound: Uncompressed Stereo 48 KHZ
    Frame Size: 720x480
    Frame Rate: 29.97
    Checked boxes for:
    -Frame Blending
    -Better Downscaling
    -Interlaced Scaling
    Zoom: 100%
    X/Y: 1
    Center: 0,0
    Field Dominance: Upper field first
    That's about it. I tried doing similar conversions in a trial version of DIVX Converter pro, but the quality was noticibly lower than in MPEG streamclip. Maybe I just had the wrong settings in it.
    Anyway, Tom Wolsky has mostly got me on the right track in the last post "...so the material needs to be a .mov QuickTime file in DV NTSC, at 29.97fps, audio should be Linear PCM with a sample rate of 48KHz, and frame resolution of 720x480 using the CCIR601 digital video aspect ratio... be warned you're scaling up a very, very heavily compressed video stream, so it's going to look less than optimal when you make it DV. I can't believe they can do 192kbps at that frame rate, when DV, which is heavily compressed as well, is 3.5MB/sec."
    I have no idea if what I described in my test is heavily compressed or not, so couldn't really say how the settings I mentioned above affect Tom's latter advice.
    Anyway, any help would be welcome before I encode all these files. Thanks.
    iMac 17-inch 1.83GHz Intel Core Duo   Mac OS X (10.4)  

    I'm kind of confused because the only settings I could find on the Handycam for audio are 12 khz and 16 khz, and though I think I filmed them at 12, I've captured the footage at both within FCE... I'm not sure either have shown any probs when imported at 48 khz as yet. Not sure if that's because they are a multiple of 48 or I just got lucky. Either way, 1) does the audio bit rate the footage was captured at (12 khz) change to 16 if changed on the camcorder (or is it solely what the original was filmed in, period) prior to capture on FCE, 2) and if so or if not, how serious of a problem will it pose, if I do nothing and keep the FCE settings at the normal NTSC 48khz, in later stages of production considering there will be a lengthy timeline?
    iMac 17-inch 1.83GHz Intel Core Duo Mac OS X (10.4)

  • Export compression settings for mov upload to web

    When exporting from FCP for an .mov on the web, what should the compression setting be? I'd like to have a 320x240 QT mov with good quality that doesn't take forever to load. I've tried Sorrenson 3 settings, but a 20 second video clip is 38 mb. Please advise. Thanks.

    In addition to what the good Captain has said already, may I also suggest dropping the frame rate to 15 or 12 frames.
    Also, try using a Quality of Medium (or less) and see what kind of performance (or quality drop) you're getting.
    Although it's fairly old at this point (because it was done prior to QT7), check out this KenStone.Net article for a good breakdown of the trade-offs that need to be made when exporting for the Web. Feel free to extrapolate for use with QT7...

  • Color and output settings for .mov files?

    My GH3 shoots either AVCHD, Mp4, or its own variant of the .mov files, up to 60fps and 'all-intra'. Fine and dandy. The .mov files are the easiest to use as they are always just one file, no 'related' files to copy over etc. I'm trying to figure out how to do my grading in Sg, then render for final output so that I can then take that file and port for various possible uses such as dvd, standard computer use, web use ... typical modern stuff.
    I've tried setting the timeline to various settings including gamma 1.8 and essentially "none", tried various setting in the render-output panels, using PhotoJpeg or H.264 as the "base" and then trying either no calibration or various choices there ... and still having troubles finding how to match the Sg monitor to the final output.
    Any general or preferably specific ideas? I've searched a number of places, and ... this is something that is just mentioned in walk-throughs everywhere I've looked, if it even gets that much. Neither the Adobe movies nor Lynda-dot-com cover this ... and I've spent a couple days doing nothing but this. So ... ideas?

    Same here, I find it unbelievable this occurs and there doesn't seem te be a solution. Is it something developpers know about but can't solve so ignore all the discussions about it?
    It seems so simple to me: whether the monitor is calibrated or not, whatever monitor it is, when I place the exported movie window in Quicktime, and one in VLC, next to the Speedgrade window, all on the same monitor, it all should look the same right?! Ok, so I hear Quicktime does its own calibration while playing.
    I'm working on a project now which are product films, the end result is a room where everything is white (not overexposed, all details are in there), the product black and blue, plus a model (brown skin).
    I'm including a few screenshots of the same shot in different players. Speedgrade, VLC, Quicktime, MPEG Streamclip. MPEG Streamclip comes closest to the Speedgrade monitor. How can I possibly sell this to my client? This is shown on laptops at presentations, beamers via laptops (probably all Windows), big screens with a built-in mediaplayer etc, and most important: online! on youtube/ vimeo.. Not operated by experts, no control over which player is used.
    The films will probably almost always be shown by someone doubleclicking on the file, so it opens in the systems standard movieplayer, Quicktime or Windows Media Player. It just has to look good in this! How do I do this?
    When I place the exported clip on top of my Speedgrade timeline, it does change (the whole histogram range shifts brighter).
    edit: I now exported with Automatic Color Calibration ON, the results has better contrast/ resembles contrast I see in Speedgrade. Placing this clip on top of my Speedgrade timeline shows almost exactly the same. Export to ProRes4444 AutCC: Histogram expands tiny tiny bit, can't see a change in the monitor it's so small.
    Export to ProRes422 AutCC: Histogram expands a bit, you can see a slight change in the monitor (whites bit brighter, black bit darker). But acceptable.
    No change in the color differences though! Skin colour varies huge in different viewers, highlights have more green/ more magenta.
    mpeg streamclip
    These screenshots look exactly the same as how the colors are in the viewer the screenshots comes from, even when I place this browser window next to it on the same (calibrated) monitor.
    Thanks for any tips..
    edit 2: The frustration gets worse. Playing the clip (prores 422 with Automatic Color calibration) in Preview (Mac, by hitting spacebar when on the file in Finder) shows EXACTLY what I see in Speedgrade monitor! It feels like the solution is out there somewhere but I can't reach it (cause no one will actually play the video in Preview).
    Message was edited by: pvd81

  • What settings for new clips in my project?

    I have some new clips that I need to add to an existing project. The info for the existing project is
    DV PAL anamorphic preset and the footage that has been imported and editited to the project was taken from my standard def DVD's and exported to quicktime using MPEG streamclip with these settings
    *Compression: Apple DV-PAL*
    *Frame-Size: 720x576*
    *Frame-Rate: 25*
    *Sound: Uncompressed Stereo 48kHz*
    I have some new clips to add, which are HD and this is the info
    Video Tracks:
    h264, 1280 × 720, 30 fps, 9.69 Mbps
    Is it best to use the same MPEG streamslips settings and export to Quicktime as per the original footage or is there a better way to preserve the higher quality of the HD file that will still work with the original footage in the project?
    Many thanks

    I have followed the steps above but the quality is noticably worse than the rest of my footage in the project. I wonder if I am doing it correctly or if I should start a new project?
    I export from mpeg streamclip to Apple DV/DVCPRO NTSC :Quality 100% 30 Frames Frame size 720 x 480
    I then use JesDinterlacer to perform the standards conversion. I select output then export to quicktime movie and use these settings

  • Language settings for movies

    I live in Switzerland and have a Swiss Credit Card but unfortunately speak neither French or German. When I try and buy movies I can only buy them in French or German! This for me and I'm sure many other people is a bit of a pain since the movie I'd like to see is in a language I can't understand. Is there any way I can buy/rent a movie from you in English with out changing my billing details to a UK/US credit card which I don't have?
    Many thanks

    I tried to follow the instructions described in the mentioned docs:
    * Create additional procedure in my package:
    procedure Set_Ctx_Lang_Attr (p_Language_Code IN VARCHAR2) is
    * Granting priviledges connect, resource, dba to the user.
    * Execute this new procedure in SQL Developer just before executing procedure that references view MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_VL.
    But it doesn't work yet. I still get an error message indicating missing priviledges. Any idea?
    Apart from that, when calling the corresponding web service later on, is it correct that language settings are handled automatically by Service Invocation Framework with Web Service Authorization? So USERENV('LANG') (verified in MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS_VL) is automatically set in dependence of Web Service Authorization - right?

  • Best Output Settings for movies via iMovie and Quicktime

    So here's what I don't understand. I can download a 1080 movie trailer, such as Get Smart, and convert it to Apple TV standards via iTunes and have it look amazing.
    When I digitize my own content, such as TV shows (broadcast TV) from my DVR, or old VHS tapes, why can't I get the EXACT same quality I get as if I were sending these videos to iDVD?
    I capture in DV format using iMovie 6 (don't get me started on 08) and, in the past, when that footage is rendered onto a DVD, it's been fantastic.
    However, when I take that same DV footage and convert it to Apple TV format, it does not look good at all.
    I know the culprit is the FPS rate (24 vs 30), however, I am not understanding how I can take an HD trailer and still have it look great in 720p, but I can't get the same quality from digital video I capture in DV format. That just doesn't make sense to me.
    I read that 24 fps will give that "movie" look, but I want a VIDEO look as an option.
    I've rendered short clips using iMovie, Final Cut Express, MPEG Streamclip and Quicktime directly and none of the Apple TV output is worth it.
    Now a nice, cuddly little software update that would allow Apple TV to play full .mov files would be nice, but I suspect that isn't happening.
    Is there anyone who has any suggestions on taking SD DV footage and making a file that will play on my Apple TV AND still look as good as the original source video?
    I have Apple Cares on the Apple TV but every time I call them for tech support, I am kept on hold upwards of 1/2 hour each time and I get frustrated and hang up.
    So ready to put my Apple TV on ebay and run a DVI to HDMI cable from my iMac to my LCD TV....................................

    I have a couple of thoughts about your issue.
    Firstly while you capture to DV, the broadcast tv shows are more likely to be in mpeg2, this itself isn't much of a problem, indeed I do exactly the same if I'm converting a movie that has interludes within it which I wish to remove (import into imovie and export the reference file to AVC in streamclip). This could however explain a little why you find your conversions to DVD (mpeg2) a little better. You also need to remember mpeg2 is lower quality than mpeg4 and even lower quality than AVC. If you watch a clip in mpeg2 it can look better than AVC because AVC is sharper and clearer and shows all the defects mpeg2 simply blurs.
    I also note you might be converting the frame rate to 24 fps, don't do this it will result in jerky video. If you are doing this to retain 720p, you would be much better dropping the resolution to no more than 960 x 540 and keeping your original frame rate, never alter your frame rate. Of note here, if your frame rate is 25 fps it may be accepted by the tv at 720p.
    Finally, you might need to consider what is happening to the resolution of these shows as they go through your workflow process. Your source is likely to be 720 x 480 anamorphic and your workflow is likely changing this to 640 x 480, 853 x 480 or even 1280 x 720 fixed ratio pixels, sometimes this conversion can lead to less than perfect results (another reason your DVD's might look better). Unfortunately imovie will drop these anamorphic flags and you may get better results using another application.
    My results are quite acceptable and I suppose the question is why when yours aren't, but it may simply be a matter of source since I'm in a PAL region.

  • AVCHD - Blu-ray: what settings for best quality?

    Hi Folks,
    I've got a BD-burner and I want to export my edited HD avchd footage to BD with minimal quality loss.
    Can you please advice me on the right settings?
    * should I go for the 'Match Sequence Settings' option in the export menu?
    * or probably select 'MPEG 2 Blu-ray' option for best quality?
    * what is better in terms of quality of the outcome: 'MPEG 2 Blu-ray' vs. 'H.264 Blu-ray'?
    Finally, I have a question related to Adobe Encore: the same footage exported through Adobe Media Encoder in 'MPEG2 Blu-ray' (takes 13 GB), Adobe Encore reports will take only 8GB?!? I'm puzzled here. How come the same footage got exported into files with different length? Is there a way to set the Encore to export in the maximum possible quality? Where can I locate this menu setting?
    Thank you very much!

    Forgot to mention, I'm using CS5 and I shoot in avchd, 30fps,

  • Suitable share settings for movie playback

    I have a MacBook Pro with dual core I7 2.66 Ghz processor and 8 GB of Ram. Operating system is OSX 10.7.5.
    I processed my movie project using Final Cut Pro X. The project consists of a narrator with other media connected to the main storyline.
    I had no problem processing the project. I imported optimal media and created proxy media for playback. Playback using the timeline browser works fine.
    I just shared my movie using the default “Master File setting.” Playback using VLC player is halting for both video and audio, even when all other applications are closed.  
    The video is to be shown at a family gathering a few days from now.
    1. I shot the video with a digital camera Panasonic DMZ F150 using the built in-microphone. FCPX decided it was a stereo project and I went along, but I am not sure that much is added by this stereo setting. If I were to change to “dual mono”, the only option that FCPX seems to give, would playback performance of the new movie improve? Would sound quality be much affected?
    2. Another possibility would be to just show the movie from the timeline browser (full screen). Playback would be “proxy media quality”. Does this make sense?
    3. Are there other share settings that might improve playback performance without affecting quality much?
    4. Would using Compressor to create the movie help improve playback performance? If so, that would be a good reason to buy Compressor.
      Any advice or guidance will be appreciated.

    Thanks. After some experimenting, I found that export as Quicktime movie as H 263 seems to play on the G3 with good video quality.

  • Sequence Settings for .mov clips from MPEG Streamclip

    I'm converting some DVD clips (from old DVDs I created) that I exported to QT using MPEG Streamclip.
    When I put them in the timeline sequence, I have to render everything.
    Can I change the sequence settings to avoid this? And can I change the settings of a sequence that already has clips in it?

    I set MPEG Streamclip QT Export to:
    Frame Size 720X480 (DV-NTSC)
    Quality 100%
    I set FCP sequence:
    Frame size 720X480 NTSC DV (3:2)
    Compressor DV DVCPRO - NTSC
    I still need to render. And the aspect ration looks squished in a bit. Like I've set something wrong.
    What am I doing wrong? How should I change the settings:

  • When creating Certificate request what settings for POP IMAP

    when Creating a request for Certificate POP and IMAP are in the list along with autodiscover etc
    default value is Server Host name ie. EXCH2013
    what should these be set to ?
    I'm configuring remote.mydomain.com - should I set these to remote.mydomain.com ?

    it depends... you can set up same name as your SMTP service or if you want different name for pop/IMAP like webmail or smthing else then you can go for that.
    I generally use the same as enabling POP/IMAP is very less required on ex so i just enable the service keeping the URL same so that you save or SSL name also
    Happiness Always

  • What settings for exporting 1080p videos for Youtube recorded from FRAPS?

    I've tried a custom setting of mine which took an hour or so to render but came out blurry:
    1920 x 1080
    Bitrate: 15
    VBR, 1 PASS
    29.97 FPS
    And audio is just on default with 160 bitrate.
    The quality from FRAPS is perfect but as said before when inported in Premiere and then rendered its outputted blurry and jumpy.
    Any ideas?
    EDIT: Just for reference I followed this tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FL9JULY8IkU

    Output file info:
    Complete name                            : C:\Users\Charlie\Documents\Adobe\Premiere Pro\5.5\TF2.mp4
    Format                                   : MPEG-4
    Format profile                           : Base Media / Version 2
    Codec ID                                 : mp42
    File size                                : 1.91 GiB
    Duration                                 : 15mn 3s
    Overall bit rate mode                    : Variable
    Overall bit rate                         : 18.2 Mbps
    Encoded date                             : UTC 2012-08-31 01:10:24
    Tagged date                              : UTC 2012-08-31 01:10:24
    ©TIM                                     : 00:00:00:00
    ©TSC                                     : 50
    ©TSZ                                     : 1
    ID                                       : 1
    Format                                   : AVC
    Format/Info                              : Advanced Video Codec
    Format profile                           : [email protected]
    Format settings, CABAC                   : Yes
    Format settings, ReFrames                : 3 frames
    Codec ID                                 : avc1
    Codec ID/Info                            : Advanced Video Coding
    Duration                                 : 15mn 3s
    Bit rate                                 : 18.0 Mbps
    Width                                    : 1 920 pixels
    Height                                   : 1 080 pixels
    Display aspect ratio                     : 16:9
    Frame rate mode                          : Constant
    Frame rate                               : 50.000 fps
    Standard                                 : PAL
    Color space                              : YUV
    Chroma subsampling                       : 4:2:0
    Bit depth                                : 8 bits
    Scan type                                : Progressive
    Bits/(Pixel*Frame)                       : 0.173
    Stream size                              : 1.89 GiB (99%)
    Language                                 : English
    Encoded date                             : UTC 2012-08-31 01:10:24
    Tagged date                              : UTC 2012-08-31 01:10:24
    Color primaries                          : BT.709
    Transfer characteristics                 : BT.709
    Matrix coefficients                      : BT.709
    ID                                       : 2
    Format                                   : AAC
    Format/Info                              : Advanced Audio Codec
    Format profile                           : LC
    Codec ID                                 : 40
    Duration                                 : 15mn 3s
    Source duration                          : 15mn 4s
    Bit rate mode                            : Variable
    Bit rate                                 : 192 Kbps
    Maximum bit rate                         : 292 Kbps
    Channel(s)                               : 2 channels
    Channel positions                        : Front: L R
    Sampling rate                            : 48.0 KHz
    Compression mode                         : Lossy
    Stream size                              : 20.4 MiB (1%)
    Source stream size                       : 20.4 MiB (1%)
    Language                                 : English
    Encoded date                             : UTC 2012-08-31 01:10:24
    Tagged date                              : UTC 2012-08-31 01:10:24
    Part of the source file info(FRAPS makes serveral files):
    Complete name                            : E:\Fraps Vids\TF2MvM\hl2 2012-08-26 16-14-55-35.avi
    Format                                   : AVI
    Format/Info                              : Audio Video Interleave
    File size                                : 3.95 GiB
    Duration                                 : 1mn 53s
    Overall bit rate                         : 298 Mbps
    ID                                       : 0
    Format                                   : Fraps
    Codec ID                                 : FPS1
    Duration                                 : 1mn 53s
    Bit rate                                 : 280 Mbps
    Width                                    : 1 920 pixels
    Height                                   : 1 080 pixels
    Display aspect ratio                     : 16:9
    Frame rate                               : 50.000 fps
    Color space                              : YUV
    Bit depth                                : 8 bits
    Bits/(Pixel*Frame)                       : 2.698
    Stream size                              : 3.71 GiB (94%)
    ID                                       : 1
    Format                                   : PCM
    Format settings, Endianness              : Little
    Format settings, Sign                    : Signed
    Codec ID                                 : 00001000-0000-0100-8000-00AA00389B71
    Duration                                 : 1mn 53s
    Bit rate mode                            : Constant
    Bit rate                                 : 18.4 Mbps
    Channel(s)                               : 6 channels
    Channel positions                        : Front: L C R, Back: L R, LFE
    Sampling rate                            : 192 KHz
    Bit depth                                : 16 bits
    Stream size                              : 250 MiB (6%)
    Interleave, duration                     : 999 ms (49.94 video frames)
    Sequence settings:
    Editing mode: AVCHD 1080p square pixel
    Timebase: 29.97fps
    Video Settings
    Frame size: 1920h 1080v (1.0000)
    Frame rate: 29.97 frames/second
    Pixel Aspect Ratio: Square Pixels (1.0)
    Fields: No Fields (Progressive Scan)
    Audio Settings
    Sample rate: 48000 samples/second
    Default Sequence
    Total video tracks: 3
    Master track type: Stereo
    Mono tracks: 0
    Stereo tracks: 3
    5.1 tracks: 3
    Submix mono tracks: 0
    Submix stereo tracks: 0
    Submix 5.1 tracks: 0
    Thanks for your help.

Maybe you are looking for

  • Can't get firefox sync to work. I keep getting 'Error While Syncing' message

    I am on Mac OS X 10.6.4, Snow Leopard on a Mini Mac a year old. I got a message from X Marks telling me they were shutting down. As I use my bookmarks every day and have thousands of them all sorted into folders I definitely never want to lose them o

  • FBL5N customer line item ALV report -- define exit points

    Customer wants to modifications on FBL5N std sap report. Here's what I think are the options: 1. Modify SAP program (which I dont prefer at all to do) 2. Copy SAP Program into Y/Z program 3. User-exits or BAdIs. I am in process of doing step 2. I tri

  • Adding Items to a ListBox in outlook form

    Hi, I'm trying to build a custom form in outlook. I have a dropdown for Projects and a TextBox for the hours. I also have a CommandButton. What I need to do is when user press CommandButton I want the project Name and number of hours be added in a Li

  • How do I watch TV through my Macbook on my Sony Bravia?

    Firstly, I am not great with technology, so if you have answer, please explain in terms a five year old can understand! I have a macbook pro, six months old. I bought a Mini Display Port to HDMI cable. I plugged it into the Macbook and then into an H

  • Can we create a PO then post invoice prior to GRN being performed

    Can you please advise if there is a way to make the following scenario possible: Using t-code ME21N we create a PO for goods or services with limits (using po type NB) We would like to post the invoice and match it to the PO when it arrives even if t