I'm a relatively inexperienced user trying to convert WTV files that are not copy protected to a format that my PS3 media server can pass to my PS3 where it can be understood and played on my TV. I have a file I've attempted to convert and after I drop the file onto the source wizard (I've already selected PS3 as my target), make sure it is selected,I arrive at the MPEG-2 conversion settings. The program selects a conversion folder and offers a FINISH button. Pressing FINISH causes an error message to appear: "An error occurred cancelling the title copy to the HDD. Unspecified error: Code OX80004005"
I'm stuck here. Any advice?
I believe the iPhone 4 can support H.264 video playback at higher resolutions than MPEG-4 (reaches a max of 640 x 480). The display is 960 x 640, so is it possible for MovieStyle to also support H.264 so that we can have 856 x 480 or 960 x 540 (16:9) resolutions? If so, how about an update to the software to support these higher resolutions?
Perhaps an update is needed to support iPhone5 and newer Android devices like Samsung Galazy S3?
Looks like the High Quality profile is just a VGA profile...possibly just carried over from the iPod specs. Just create a custom profile to get the full 1024x786 resolution or even 1280x720 resolution. Just right-click on the "High Quality" box and select "Custom setting Wizard" to create your own settings.
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I having problem sync the mp4 video files that I use TMPGEnc movieStyle to converted. It show and play on the itune just fine... but when I sync to the ipod, it will not sync. it keep saying that the formate is not right. I use to have TMPGEnc videosync and it never give me this problem.. do anyone know how to fix this. thanks..
I have just purchased the Leadtek SpursEngine PCI-E Card, the TMPGE SpursEngine Plug-In, and the new MovieStyle software. I already owned TMPGExpress 4.0.
TMPGExpress 4.o seems to work fine with no driver crashes.
As soon as I begin a specific action in MovieStyle, the driver crashes, the Windows Device Manager dismounts the Leadtek card, and I begin to get error messages from both MovieStyle and TMPGExpress 4.0 regarding the Spurs hardware not being available.
Only when I reboot does the problem go away, but it then consistently re-appears every time I enter MovieStyle .vob import in the Source Wizard.
I think my problem was solved with some excellent help from Olivier from TMPGE Customer Support.
I was advised to copy the following files from my correctly-working TMPGExpress 4.0 folder (in C:\Program Files) to the MovieStyle Folder, replacing the files of the same name in the MovieStyle Folder.
Voila' !!!!! The problem went away.
I assume my installer screwed up the original installation somehow or that one or more of these files was defective. The copy and paste fixed my problem!!
I am posting this here so others who may have the same problem in the future will be spared a lot of screwing around and rebooting trying to get their installation to work.
I was wondering if windows 7 64bit support is on the table? I have been using movie style without a hitch all through RC and for the last month during win7 release, but recently it been getting errors on start up and I am having to reinstall the program.
I am surprised that MovieStyle doesn't support functionality that you can find in free programs, for example in Handbrake.
I tested the trial version of MovieStyle and converted a DVD for my iPod Touch. The conversion process worked smoothly; however, I was surprised that MovieStyle doesn't support chapter information, i.e., you can't skip from chapter to chapter on the iPod Touch. Handbrake on the other hand (which is free) is almost as easy to use with its device profiles and supports chapters.
So the only advantage of MovieStyle would be the support of the SpursEngine, but that doesn't make up for the loss of the chapter functionality I get with Handbrake.
Can I make thumbnails for the video files I create with MovieStyle?
MovieStyle always seems to use the first frame of the video.
If there is a trick to do it with another program I'd like to hear about it.