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!
I have a BDMV project with a Top Menu and 2 Tracks with Track menus.
Each track contains a video stream with 2 audio streams.
The Top menu is configured to have each track played in sequence (linked).
However, the Audio stream selection button seems to be only available in the Track menu page, not in the Top menu.
As a result, if a user selects a non-default audio stream for playback in Track1, playback automatically continues with Track2 as expected, but with the default audio stream, not the one selected intially when launching Track1.
Is there a way to have the audio stream selection memorized across playback-linked Tracks ?
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.
Encoding 4k mp4 to mpeg for dvd and bdav
intel 17 980 hex core 12 logical processper 12gb ram writing to a ssd
foreground task priority set to high
background priority set to high
windows 10 reports task manager average cpu usage 50%
Would be very helpful to get alot closer to 100%
Is there a way?
Suddenly, after the latest update to version 22.214.171.124, I can no longer create videos using the XviD video codec, which was my main form of output using TMPGEnc for years.
Recently, I have been turning more and more to MKV and AVCHD output but still, occasionally, have reasons for wanting to create a simple XviD file.
Now, whenever I try to render a project using the XviD video codec, the program seems to start rendering -- showing "Status: Preparing Output" continuously. It never proceeds beyond that point to do any actual encoding. There is no error message, no crash, and no way to stop the process. The only way I can stop rendering is to shut down Video Mastering Works 6 by using the Task Manager [Windows 10 x64].
I've tried uninstalling and re-installing version 126.96.36.199 but that has not helped.
1.Restart your computer. The ntdll.dll error you're receiving could be due
to a one-time, temporary issue and a simple reboot may resolve the problem
2.Reinstall the program if the ntdll.dll error only displays when you use a
Also check about the following:
1.- Quick Time
2.- Codec pack
3.- Other video applications
-Also if you have installed Quick Time or other non-free versions (ex.
QuickTime Alternative 2.3.0) of QuickTime software, please try by
uninstalling them or install the newest free version.
-There is the possibility that the codec pack is making conflict.
If you have installed Ffdshow ,K-lite or other codec pack
please uninstall them and try.
When the application starts it searches all codecs which are installed in
your PC. But when there are any broken, corrupted, trial finished an
unusable codecs, becomes such issue.
Have you installed some other software trial version which is for edit
or show video (except our software)?. Sometimes it will be the reason,
after end of its trial period.
-If you have other video applications (ex. Nero, Roxio, Pinnacle...) is
possible they may have conflicts with Video Mastering Works 6, please
try by uninstalling them.
I bought a new camcorder Sony PXW-Z150 and shot some footage encoded with XAVC-L codec and also with MPEG HD 4:2:2 (both in MXF container). I tried to add clips to the Video Mastering Works 6 project. Unfortunately, it can't be done...
Please, add the support of both XAVC-I, XAVC-L, and also MPEG HD 422 codecs in .mxf container, which are used in professional camcorders.
I hope they take this to the wish list.
If you want you could test with the MPEG Smart Renderer 5 - trial version: http://tmpgenc.pegasys-inc.com/en/download/tmsr5.html
try if you can import such files, however if you want to convert such files
such software is not the suitable.
If your source file contains supported multi-audio streams, I think they will be imported automatically.
Then you can select the main audio stream in the Source stage > pull-down menu that is in the Audio stream, the other audio streams may be has the same name as the source video file.