Audio files can be edited just like video files in the clip editor.
When in the Edit stage of the program, double-click your audio file to open the clip editor.
If you added the audio file to a video file, it should be edited along with the video.
Timeline mode might be what you want if you just want to edit the audio without editing the video.
Put the audio file on a separate layer above or below the video file layer. Double-click the audio file to edit it. Be aware that you will probably need to adjust the length of the audio file if it is longer or shorter than the video. If it is longer than the video, the video will repeat the last frame for the left over audio.
I had to reload Windows 10 last week and reinstall. Today I'm seeing a crash while encoding:
An error occurred communicating with the output process (6)
Exception Code: 0xc0000005
Faulting Address: 0x539f9ee6
Faulting Module: MovieMPEG.vme (Base address 0x53760000)
Additional Information 1: 0x00000000
Additional Information 2: 0x00000018
I did open a support ticket, but I thought I'd paste here in case someone has something easy to try/change. Since used it work on the same hardware, I'm assuming it's related to a change in the environment. I'm looking for some ideas on where to look since it's a new OS load.
Download Revo Uninstaller Free and use that one to uninstall TVMW5, because it also takes care of any left overs that might still be lurking with out your knowledge.
As an extra precaution, you can also download CCleaner Free and set than one to scan your registry afterwards, which might still be leading to TVMW5 and its MovieMPEG.vme, which after all was completely revoved by using Revo.
Using these two in combination should get completely rid of any traces of TVMW5, so you can do an actual 100% clean fresh instal of it again.
This morning when I wanted to transcode a file using TVMW5, I got a green screen in the video preview: impossible to read the file. Until yesterday everything was working OK. Nothing happened in the system happened since (software updates, etc.) !
The "offending" files are .AVI encoded with Matrox I-Frame MPEG2 codec ("M701") and play just fine with a.o. Windows Media Player 12. There maybe other AVI codecs that yield the same result, but I haven't tested.
The same problem occurs when I try to open the file with TAW5.
The workaround found is to force DirectShow File reader, instead of leaving the default autoselected AVI File reader.
What's wrong ?
Where's the problem: a codec issue at OS level ? Should I reinstall the Matrox apps & codec ? (But the Matrox apps, as well as WMP12, can still properly play the fles)
A corruption of TMPGEnc apps ? But the problem is the same for TVMW, TAW, why ???
Is there any downside in using the DirectShow File reader vs. the AVI File reader (performance, quality ?) - platform is Win7 SP1
Once an mpeg is encoded, the audio video sync goes off by 1/2 second when playback is from a DVD player. Playback on the computer is just fine, but the sync is lost when the file is played on a player. This is a new development. It has worked just fine for years. Until now. I suspect I have inadvertently changed a setting when I'm at the formatting step. I know how to adjust the sync before encoding, but then the resulting file will work on the player and not on the computer. Please help!!!
My Mastering Works 5 encoding seems to have become very slow recently. Short, 10 minute clips now take 45 minutes and more. The slowness does not seem to be based on the type of file I have inputted, but an MP4 seems to be a major offender.
Can someone enlighten me, please? Have I possibly changed a setting, accidentally, or something?
I have a timeline project consisting of four layers. I made adjustments to each layer until finally being happy with an encoded mp4 result. But now I want to split that mp4 into four parts.
--> Is it possible to designate a part of the timeline project to encode, instead of encoding the whole thing?
--> If so, then I'd designate the 1st part, encode that part. Go back and designate the 2nd part, encode that part, and so on until I have 4 encoded parts instead of one total encoded video.
A lot of CPU cycles are invested in creating those tiny thumbnails when you are editting a clip in the Cut-Edit window ... and then when the thumbnails are displayed they are overlapped so much that they are often useless. How do I tell TMpegEnc to show the thumbnails side-by-side instead of overlapped so that I can see the full thumbnails?
For example, on my 1920x1200 display, the thumbnails are about 60 pixels high. Thus for a 1920x1080 clip the thumbnails should be about 107 pixels wide ... but what I actually see is only about 60x60 because of that useless overlapping of the thumbnails.
If I could see the center 60x60 region of each thumbnail it wouldn't be so bad.
i think you can setup a custom Thumbnail display interval,
try as this:
- on Options > Preferences > Clip edit > Thumbnail interval >
User setting 1: setup the interval by "sec interval"
and choose "1"
- then on Cut-edit > make right click over the preview screen > choose Display settings >
and choose "User setting 1 interval..." option
Also you can choose other options such as
For short GOP MPEG
For standard MPEG
Hi, guys. I would appreciate if you could help me with this one: I like to encode avi files with TMPGEnc Mastering Works 5, adding forced subtitles to it. In Windows XP, when I add the avi file to start a new project, TMPGEnc immediately recognizes the subtitle file (.srt) with the same name and all the codecs are started, INCLUDING VSFilter, which take care of the subtitles and allows TMPGEnc to add them to the output movie. In Windows 7, for any unknwon reason, VSFilter doesn't start with the same procedure. Any idea why? I tried TWA6 and the problem persists... Thanks in advance.
I think this could be because the codecs you used in your Win 7 are not present aas they were present in your Win XP, you may need check o it and install such codec for the Win 7 version.
Aslo you may need to check on VSFilter forums probably this is realted to it.
Upgrading an entire OS to another can cause havoc in software that was installed in the previous OS version.
Try uninstall and then make a clean install of the latest version of TVMW5: 18.104.22.168
Can't confirm it will help though, since i chose to stick with Windows 7.