TMPEGEnc 4.0 Express suddenly stopped during encoding MS DV AVI --> MPEG2 DVD
I produced about 13 files (13 Chapters for DVD) and encoding it 4.0.
Most of them encoded well but 2 files suddenly stopped about 48-49% point (in 2 pass encoding mode)
I tried again but the result was same.
YOu know 48~49% point in 2 pass encoding mode is the end of analysing process.
I'm using the spurs engine plug-in with tmpgenc4 to convert some large 1080p file to 720p H.264/AVC, but the speed is not was i think it should be. Its taking 2 hours and 20 minutes to convert a 1080p movie to 720p H.264/AVC, does that seem right ?? Also while its converting the cpu usage is 100% and my cpu is getting to the +52 degrees.... i thought this would take the load of the cpu and just use the cpu to do the audio part and encoding to 2 channel stereo aac wouldn't require 100% i wouldn't think. I'm using the firecoder blu card (for the spurs engine) and my system is win XP, amd X2 64000+, 2 gig ram. Is there a way i can check to see if all cores of the firecoder is being used and how do i check the temp of the firecoder card ?? it doesnt show up in speedfan.
I have a Q9300, 6GB ram, $1000 desktop, I'm compressing 640x480 MPEG 2 (9MBPS) to mpeg 4 500kbps same resolution.
I just got the winfast pcx1100 and spursengine plugin, it can compress a 30" video in about 7 minutes but it only took 10-11 minutes before, so only a 50% speed improvement, not 200% like the demos???
Also, I can't seem to find any way to get the resolution right - it puts these 5px black bars on the top and bottom that I had been dealing with before by making it 640x470 in the output.
As a side note - I could not plug in the power connector because the cable didn't reach, would this slow it down???
Use the picture resize filter and set it to "Centered (custom)", 640x480. Then do as you've been doing and set the output size as 640x480, 1:1 pixel. Check the preview to make sure there's no black bars.
I don't have the winfast card, but if there's a power connector that should be connected, then that could be slowing it down. It may just be to power the fan, and if the fan isn't on, then the spursengine processor might be getting too hot.
I really like this program because of it's quality and simplicity, but it's a real pain not having ac-3 5.1 support. After so many requests by so many people, you should have already implemented this feature.
The other request I have is the MKV file output ability. I know,it's a rouge file format, but no harm would be done by adding it while there is such a huge public support behind it.
I have source files that are h.264 at 10mbps.
I need to encode these adding fades at the head and tail.
I use TMPGEnc 4 XPress for this.
Whenever I do this I get a problem with the video.
There is always a spot where the video starts to skip and get jettery.
Also, I sometimes get a green line on the bottom of the frame.
Does anybody else have problems like this.
I am using the latest version of TMPGENC installed on a Windows XP x64 quad core system. Any video format conversion works except when converting to Windows Media Video file output". When I select it I get an error "Read error occurred at address xxxxxxxx of module 'Moviewm9.vme" with 00000000. I do have all necessary codecs installed and Windows Media Player 11.
I tried the same thing on another XP x64 PC and it does exactly the same. Is this a bug, an incompatibility with x64 systems maybe? I am open to suggestions on what to try next...
Unfortunately, looping the audio isn't possible...it's not even an option. You can either adjust the slideshow to the length of the music or you don't and the music will end and the slideshow will keep going.
I think it depends on the content of your video. If there's a lot of motion such as a fast-paced movie or sports event, then choose high motion. However, high motion will probably set the bitrate higher, resulting in a larger file size.
While encoding using the Canopus Lossless avi codec, the conversion failed at 20% with the error message "Cannot Allocate Memory for DLL"
Anyone else encountered this error and knows what to do about it?
after few days using TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress, and i'm getting really frustrated with this.
i'm using it to convert mpeg files which i record with my tv tuner to divx.
the problem is that i really can't find the right combination of parameters; the main problem is that the output
files mostly are "cut-off", the video looks like it's zoomed.
i noticed that under format tab, where i can change divx output settings, i can't modify height of video,
it's always 480 even though my videos are 720X576; maybe that's the problem?
I installed Windows 7 x64 RC build 7127, and TMPGEnc XPress 18.104.22.1684 won't start at all. Runtime Error 216 in address 066B3DD3. The software didn't start at all. and I have to end process the aplication to close. It seems have something to do with VMESys.dll.
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: TMPGEnc4XP.exe
Application Version: 22.214.171.1244
Application Timestamp: 3a8d5743
Fault Module Name: VMESys.dll
Fault Module Version: 126.96.36.19953
Fault Module Timestamp: 2a425e19
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 00003dd3
OS Version: 6.1.7127.2.0.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1057
Additional Information 1: 9251
Additional Information 2: 92518e88b9db8c2be53f8f684976de7c
Additional Information 3: 3e3a
Additional Information 4: 3e3aeab4ac571d2a08000c256853cf5d
Another, TMPGEnc Autoring Works also didn't start at all. But the error is different. At address 0018FF31, Read error occured against FFFFFFFF.
Anyone having luck in execute those 2 software in Windows 7 x64 build 7127?
Well, in other topic I find that another user which has the legit licensed serial number have their TMPGEnc Authoring works 4 and XPress 4 work well in windows 7.
they say that cracked version of those 2 software won't run under win7. Come to think of it, 7 and vista is the same kernel, so may be they right afterall. Just wait for the crack maker to release their updated crack which works fine with win7.