I'm using the latest TMPGEnc on a WinXP32 system. I recently added a GTX 470 and now when I load TMPGEnc it crashes badly when loading the cuda.dll file. I don't have cuda activated in the program but it still crashes.
I'm using the 175.75 drivers but I've tried others and none work.
The Navigation Tool can be accessed in the Cut-edit window. While in the Cut-edit window, press Ctrl + J to open the Navigation Tool or select it from the Menu button (the top-right button in the row of twelve buttons at the bottom).
It was called the Jump Tool in TMPGEnc DVD Author 3, but it's called the Navigation Tool in Authoring Works 4.
my name is John and i am from Athens, Greece.
I am interesting to convert QTRef from Avid to Mpg2 for dvd or Bluray.
Is it possible to use the Leadtek PxVc1100 or the Canopus Firecoder Blu?
These two cards can accelerate any file conversion, that TmpEnc can handle?
Looking forward to your reply
The Spursengine cards will accelerate MPEG4 & MPEG2 encoding/decoding but will rely on your CPU for any other format and the audio portion of the video. I have one for sale, including the TMPGEnc & Spursengine plug-in license, if you're interested. I just got a 6 core processor and it's able to handle things well enough that I dont need the spursengine card anymore. The spursengine card is still faster though.
What is QTRef? Is it MPEG2 or MPEG4? If it is one of the two it will be accelerated on decoding. Are you converting that QTRef file to an MPEG2 or MPEG4 format in an MPG or MP4 container? If so it will be accelerated on encoding.
Hello and thank you for the previous answer.
Having authored a Divx Ultra project which contained chapters and then played on a set top player, skip ahead does not function. only start, stop and ff are possible.
Can the user skip to chapters chapters?
I have a 25 fps FVL file that I want to convert into a NTSC DVD compliant MPEG file. I am concerned about the audio being out of synch on the converted file. How does TMPGEnc handle te audio when converting form a 25 fps source to a 29.97 fps output file? Thanks.
Thanks. I have a copy of the program and tried this last night. The audio did get out of synch however I also edited (cut) out the first hour from the source FLV file, which in itself should not have introduced synch errors as I've done that before successfully with other sources. But, there also seems to be something wrong with the first frew seconds of the source FLV file though, because it plays very oddly, so perhaps that is causing the synch issues, not sure.
Also, and not sure if this has anything to do with it or not, but TMPGEnc Xpress thinks the source FLV file is 25 fps but MediaInfo (http://mediainfo.sourceforge.net) thinks it's 29.97 fps. What affect does changing the source's frame rate under 'Clip Properties' in TMPGEnc Xpress have on the output?
Using TMPGEnc Xpress 4.0 I converted the entire source FLV file to MPG and the audio and video in the output file are a long way out of synch...the audio is significantly shorter than the video.
If I play the source file in a FLV player, all is fine. What is really odd is that I also used FLV file and cut it so that I would end up with a 75 minute section in my MPG output file. The MPG video came out perfect but the audio for that 75 minute section of video is only 71 minutes long in the MPG output file! How odd is that?!?! I also tried outputting the same exact 75 minute video segment to a WAV file and the WAV file is 75 minutes long but the last 4 minutes of it contains audio that immediately follows the desired video segment.
Another thing I tried is capturing the audio "live" while the 75 minute segment was playing and the WAV file that resulted is only 71 minutes long. How can the video supposedly be 75 minutes but the corresponding audio only be 71 minutes? I would bet that the audio length is correct but something is throwing off the video time.
There appears to be a significant difference between the audo and video information contained in the FLV file, or at least TMPGEnc does not keep them in synch for some reason.
You should be able to use TMPGEnc to do MJPEG as along as you have the appropriate MJPEG codec installed on your computer. You may also try Virtualdub, depending on the input format, or stream to TMPGEnc with Avisynth.
OK, after more research, I have found the answer.
Go to Micorosoft word help. The way to do it is exactly the way MS word does it.
Go to the 'insert' menu in MS word. Go to 'symbols'
Find the character with the accent you wish to insert.
Note the code
Go back to Dvd Authoring Works and enter 'ctrl' + code.
This works for any symbol.