Were you able to convert mp4 files before? I don't have an issue converting mp4 to mpg for DVD in 4.0 XPress. What version are you using?
PGMX Creator does not create DVDs; it creates a proprietary format called PGMX which basically works like DVD/Blu-ray but is primarily for playback on a computer or Android/iOS device via the PGMX Player software.
I have a bunch of media in mpg, 720x480 format and when I watch them, my entire screen is filled with the movie. BUT, if I re-render them to 720.480 MP4 format there is now a 2 inch border all around the movie. Why does it do this? They're the same size!!! And will do this in Windows Media Player as well as NERO and Windows Classic player... And I'm basically using all the default settings.
Thanks for any help!
It's been a while since I used the program, but I think you can add the audio file from the clip properties tab in the clip edit window. Basically, you will be replacing the audio in the video with the audio from your audio file.
I'm using the GPU NVIDIA GTX 760 but when i activate NVIDIA CUDA 2.0 it announced that
An error occurred during CUDA execution [cudaError...]
Can somebody help me with this because i bought the new gpu just to encode video
I am trying to convert videos from mpg to quick time. We have bought this software only for doing this but i receive error message when i import the videos. It says it is not supported. I have tried 4 different kind of mpg only one of them is accepted. How can i update the program and use this program for converting all type of mpg files?
You need to make sure you have the right codecs installed on your PC. Can you play the files in Windows Media Player? You will need DirectShow codecs such as FFDShow. You can also use a program like MediaInfo to figure out the exact codec you need.
Each output format defaults to specific parameters but I rarely use these. I'd like to change these so when I decide on a specific output, it uses parameters I most often use. Ex - Divx defaults to a Home Theatre Profile but I'd like it to be Divx HD 720. MPEG-4 defaults to Level 3 and 352 x 288. I'd like Level 5, 720x480.
Thanks for any help!!!
>I don't think you can change the default parameters, but you can just save it as an output template and select that in the future.
Ahhh! Thanks for the great idea! I hadn't considered that!!! I was thinking that someone would know how to maybe edit an .ini file or something of the like but your idea is sure a bunch better than what I've been doing! Thanks!
I haven't had the problem although a lot of these software proggys have a setting making each portion the size of a specific madia. In other words, if the setting is DVD (MPEG2) there may be a 4.7 gig limit. An mpeg1 (VCD) may have a typical CD limit of 640 meg... etc...