A carry-over question from version 5:
Is there a way to sort the list of saved custom output templates by name? As I add templates, it gets more difficult to find the ones I have saved; they seem to be listed in order-of-creation.
Oh, and for what it's worth: the flat UI skin is just fine. The layout is a bit improved, and you still beat Adobe in terms of flexibility and output quality.
When importing H.265 TS file using TS import TVW6 reports the file to be H.264.
However when I import same file "as is" it imports VRY slowly but with success.. I find everything happens very slowly but have the program just 1 hour
I have one desktop computer with Windows Vista running VMW5 and a laptop with Windows 8. Can I install the VMW6 upgrade on the Win8 Laptop and still keep running VMW5 on the desktop? Obviously I won't be running both at the same time. I'm a long time customer and own just about all of your products. Cheers.
I'm attempting to create a bluray disc using a M4V file which is 27GB.
Authoring works states the file is to large to fit onto a 25GB BD-R so I've set the target media size to 25GB.
However, when the BDVM folder is created the bluray discs is reduced to 12GB and the picture quality isn't a patch on the original file.
I expected Authoring Works to encode the BDMV to fill a whole disc not half of the disc. It certainly did this with Authoring Works 4 when using 1080i MPEG 2 files.
I've tired varying the encoding settings but I can't get Authoring Works 5 to encode the bluray to more than 12GB with noticeable inferior picture quality to that of the original, even when using slow and very slow encoding options.
I have also tried to set a custom target size to 22GB but this still didn't work and resulted in a BDMV of 12GB.
The bitrate on the original file is around 25Mbps and the file encoded by Authoring Works is 12Mbs. Can this be increased to improve picture quality and fill the BD?
At present my only workaround is to use 50GB BD-R and apply no re-encoding in Authoring Works or re-encode the original source file in Premiere CC so it will fit on a 25GB BD. However, before I do this can anyone provide a solution for Authoring Works.
The source video file is 25fps M4V running just over 2 hours.
Unfortunately, I see that detecting .srt subtitle tags (italic/bold etc.) has not been implemented once again. A pity. It's quite an expensive upgrade so I don't think I'm convinced yet. 10-bit support is great, 4K/8K useless for most home users, and the new skin/UI is appalling. Please consider adding the .srt tags.
Is it possible with TVMW6 to encode 24fps stream to 25fps by speeding up the stream. Until now I used Grass Valley’s Procoder and all encoded videos are perfectly fluid without jerking every 24 frames. All modern TV sets as well as state of the art Splash player use amazing motion compensation function and unfortunately videos encoded by adding an extra doubled 25th frame looks awfully.
Is it possible to navigate from track menu to track menu? I have an instructional video with 24 chapters. If I split the video into three tracks, I can then set up a track menu with 8 chapter points. I would like to set up a button on each track menu page that would go to the next (or previous) track menu. The reason for this structure is to avoid the issue of having a multipage track menu. It seems that when you have a multipage track menu, when playing the video, the 'track' button will always return you to page 1 of the multipage menu. I am trying to set it up so that the 'track' button, will return you to the page where the chapter point exists.
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.