When adding many (80 + ts files I must spent a lot of time clicking next on each file as it is added. Is this really necessay? Have looked in preferences but can't find a way for the video files to be added without the extra click to accept
actually this time I have 333 small avchd files to convert to mp4 and it is very unfortunate that TMPENG MW6 cannot simply import these files by selecting all of them a once and importing all into a Project without the need to click "next" 333 times
bummer I have to use a free converter and get inferior encoding but more user friendly
This may have been a feature added since your post, but if you use the Source Wizard and choose Add DVD/Blu-ray/AVCHD, then browse to the first level in your file tree (for example, in my Sony camera - It's >Private>), the program will group your files together in Playlists. Very easy to deal with.
Since I updated to version 184.108.40.206 (over the previous version), every time I start to create the output folder by clicking on the "Start Output" button, I get an error message as follows:
Loading error occurred at address 008E954C of module "TMPGEncAutoringWorks5.exe" with 00000004
The program just waits until I press "OK", then it proceeds to check/erase the output DVD and begin creating the folders. I don't see any errors in the Windows Event Viewer. My OS is Windows 8.1 32-bit and I have 4GB of RAM.
The error doesn't appear to affect the final output, but it is very annoying.
Ive run into a new problem with Mastering Works 5 that I never had before. I import mp4s that were exported with Adobe Media Encoder at 1920X1080/Main 4.1/11kbs VBR/Stereo 48khz. I use Mastering to bust these down 720X404/800mg streaming size. I've been doing this for years. Now though when I import an Adobe encoded clip it crashes the program. Any ideas why?
You should not even be thinking of Windows 10 yet.
Even though Microsoft keeps trying to push it down the throats of Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 users, its far from ready for release.
Tons of bugs has been discovered inside Windows 10 that yet has to be fixed, mainly when it comes to multimedia. This means that video and audio editing software will not run smoothly under Windows 10 at all, but very unstable.
Stay away from Windows 10 for now if you actually want that system. Wait for them to have sorted it all out, so thjat it will be a 100% finished product you upgrade to.
Today I noticed that my hosts file was now missing, which was very concerning, so I ran some virus scans/etc. The only thing that I have installed in the last few weeks was the trial, so I ran PrPlugin_Trial_220.127.116.11_setup_en.exe in Virus Total and this is the result:
I am using Winfast PxVC1100 with TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5 with good results.
Now I expect TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 6 that works well on windows 10, with advantech HVC-8700, is it in your plan?
I would like to share templates using SpursEngine my email is email@example.com
It is an excellent suggestion using Advantech HVC-8700 as a new SpursEngine for H265, this news was waiting for 1 year;)
(NVENC for H265 has in practice the same quality and size as H264.)
(NVENC has better quality than SpursEngine, but is not compatible with Blu-ray)
one more: I have a videofile with wrong parameter of interlace. And when I switch manualy in Field Order clip property from "Bottom Field First" to "Top Filed First" - it's not have a affect in Clip Editing and output.
The previous version was working well on Windows 10, but I installed the 18.104.22.168 update and now the program will not launch. I get an error every time and the program closes during the opening splash screen, right after the serial number is verified and it says "initializing". I tried uninstalling and reinstalling but I get the same error. Something in the newest upgrade keeps the program from starting and the error message "TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works has stopped working" appears and the program closes. Below is the info about the error as listed in Event Viewer:
Faulting application name: TMPGEncVMW6.exe, version: 22.214.171.124, time stamp: 0x55b23164
Faulting module name: KERNELBASE.dll, version: 10.0.10240.16384, time stamp: 0x559f38c3
Exception code: 0x0eedfade
Fault offset: 0x000000000002a1c8
Faulting process id: 0x1c14
Faulting application start time: 0x01d0cf35827cfcfd
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\Pegasys Inc\TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 6\TMPGEncVMW6.exe
Faulting module path: C:\WINDOWS\system32\KERNELBASE.dll
Report Id: fcd03cb3-9e74-4f5b-9645-ba4df0eb8118
Faulting package full name:
Faulting package-relative application ID:
I contacted support and followed their suggestions: I searched for LRXHCodec.dll but I don't have that file on my computer, I
ran as administrator, I uninstalled QuickTime, Divx and K-Lite Codec pack, I used IObit uninstaller to fully uninstall TMPGEncVMW6 and reinstalled. It
was working properly prior to the installation of the 126.96.36.199 upgrade but
after installing that version I can no longer launch the program, despite
uninstalling and even trying to install 188.8.131.52. Nothing has helped.
Has anyone experienced similar problems? Any suggestions as to how I might fix this problem. I am trying to avoid a clean install of Windows, since I am having no other problems with any program and even VMW6 was working prior to the recent update.
In a single Track, is it possible to force a return to menu after a chapter marker. I have combined several clips into one 'track' but want the chapter menu to appear after one of the clips has played.
I'm assuming you meant to post this in the Authoring Works 5 forum?
You can set the chapter end action in the Menu Stage-->Global Menu Settings-->Chapter Display tab.
For each chapter, you can select whether to play the next chapter or go back to the menu.
Note that this option will only appear for DVDs; Blu-rays don't have this functionality I guess.
You can't set the output format for each clip and then just click "Encode" once if that's what you're asking.
You need to select the output format before encoding for each clip.
This is a lot easier in Timeline mode; just put each clip on a separate layer, then click on the "S" (Single mode) button to make only that layer active. Select your format and add to batch.
Then go back to the Edit stage, click on the "S" button for the next clip/layer and repeat the process.
After all clips are added, run the batch.
I upgraded to windows 10 pro and downloaded TVMW6_Retail_184.108.40.206_setup. First I uninstalled version 220.127.116.11.5 because of the same problem I am having now. When I try and install the update I get an error "the path cannot be found verify that you have access to this location and try again or try to find the installation package "TVMW6ENRetail.msi" in a folder from which you can install the product". I have contacted support but have not heard back from them yet. Any ideas??? I use this software everyday and I have clips piling up on me.
Thanks for the reply. I was having so many software problems after the upgrade I decided to do a clean install of windows 10 and that took care of my software install problems. I am however having an encoding problem right now with the intel media sdk encoding tool. I'm getting an error code 0xc0488011. Unexpected/Unrecoverable fault returned from the device. Standard encoder works fine.