There are so many beautiful Templates for Blu Ray Menu avaible - but why i can´t edit them,like i want? Everywhere at the used items in a template all files are locked and can´t change or modify - why ist it?
When I try to adjust the crop filter settings (top, bottom, left, right) on HD source material, the program slows down tremendously.
My video card is a Radeon RX570. My operating system is Windows 10 x64. The video driver is the latest version. I did not experience this problem with Video Mastering Works 6. I only started experiencing it after upgrading to VMW 7.
I am authoring AVCHD Progressive, using 1080 60p files that are from my camcorder, the Clip Checker shows that they are “High@Level 4.1 (HDMV Compatible) and is allowed to author file structure without re-encoding. All good.
If use files that are 1080 60p encoded with an external x264 encoder (not by TMPGEnc), I cannot get AVCHD Progressive compliant file, the Clip Checker shows a message:
“Does not meet the AVCHD Progressive PAL standard”:
What causes this problem?
Are there any specific x264 settings requires to follow?
What are recommended external, third party x264 settings to get AVCHD 2.0 (Progressive) compliant file that that Authoring Woks, Smart Renderer would accept and do not require re-encoding?
Is there a keyboard shortcut for splitting a movie clip in Time Line mode? Wished there was this option, but can't find it in the menu. So maybe there is a hidden key-combination or something like that? Thank you for your help!
I see that I can adjust a chapter point to a new position one frame at a time by right clicking on it and selecting 'previous frame' or 'next frame' but then I have to do the whole process again 10 times if I want to move it say 10 frames. Is there another way of doing this? Keyboard shortcut anyone? Otherwise it's quicker to recreate a new one and delete the old one, which seems a nonsense. In DVD Architect software it's simply a case of 'dragging' the marker to where you want it!
So I used TAW6 demo and never had this issue but I ended up buying the program and now I keep getting RE errors with my files.
I was able to correct many of the errors listed for the BDMV standards but the one still showing is the Track: High@4.1 level (HDMV compatible). Problem is my video file is High 4.1 so I don't know why this is showing.
Any way to fix this so my files do not need to be re-encoded?
I am working with titles within a track that have chapters of varying audio volume. When I try to adjust the volume within a chapter, it changes for the whole title. Is there a way to isolate the volume change for just the chapter?
They need to be compliant with the output format you're going for. So if you're making a Blu-ray, your source files need to be Blu-ray compliant. You can check some basics for the Blu-ray format at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blu-ray