The high-speed hardware encoder "NVENC"
NVIDIA's Kepler core corresponding to the H.264 / AVC output in the new generation high speed hardware encoder "NVENC" to be mounted on a graphics card (GeForce 600 series) or later. Compared to encode in the conventional CUDA *, speed, so we image quality is significantly improved, you spread the width of the applications further.
p.s. ...in Japan no people known ENG language to transalate resources:-((
I wonder how 10-bit sources are subsampled to 8-bit during conversion ?
Just plain stripping of the LSB ?
What implications on how to best prepare the 10-bit source (dithering ?)
Maybe inrelated to the above Q, but I was making some tests with a jpeg2000 encoded video (4.2.2, 10bit, Avid implementation) in a QuickTime MOV container, and noticed that the luma range was incorrectly detected by TVMW (needs significant contrast & brightness boost)
when i try to load an .avi i made with the Lagarith Lossless Codec, i get this Error: Invalid Sampleformat (Error 0x80048002).
Tried to search on the Web for it, but nothing useful came up. Any suggestions what i can do?
My PC recently died.I removed the hard drive and transferred the contents(including Authoring Works 4)to the new PC.
So now that I have done that,how do I access Authoring Works?
I created a short cut,but when I click on it,I am asked for some kind of code or key or serial number,which I no longer have,as I purchased it over 5 years a go.
Did you make a user account at the tmpgenc website? You can log in and get your license serial number there.
If you haven't done that (and you really should have, especially if you ever downloaded a software update), then you might have to contact customer support via this form: https://ssl.pegasys-inc.com/webapp/inquiry/serial?lang=en
>Did you make a user account at the tmpgenc website? You can log in and get your license serial number there.
>If you haven't done that (and you really should have, especially if you ever downloaded a software update), then you might have to contact customer support via this form: https://ssl.pegasys-inc.com/webapp/inquiry/serial?lang=en
Each week I use the "Picture Crop" filter to process hundreds of 16:9 camera files to 4:3 and then convert them to either MPEG-1 or MPEG-2. The "Picture Crop" filter requires that I enter two crop values for each file, which is pretty tedious when doing many files.
Is there any way to automate this process such as Photoshop has using scripts (and even better using a "Droplet")?
Ideally this script would automate the process from file open to output.
If you are always using the same values, you can save the filter settings as a filter template. Then you simply load the template for each project/video.
If you are always using the crop filter, you can set your filter template as the default filter settings, then you won't even have to load the template file.
To do this, go to Options-->Preferences-->Clip editing-->Clip Default Preferences, and then select your filter template as the default.
I've been using TAW5 with the Technical Preview of Windows 10 (Build 9926) for about a week now, and I'm pleased to report that they seem to play well together.
All I needed to do was enable the "Media Foundation File Reader" plugin in the "Input Output Format List" part of Preferences. I also ran a CUDA re-optimisation, just for good measure. All good :)
Some clients still require delivery of the video on DVD.
The source files are xvac-s
I wish to deliver the ultimate quality dvd and time to encode is not important.
I have chosen advanced encoding "slow mode" and would like to force 2 pass encoding . Can you please show how to engage 2pass encoding and if you have other recommendations. That would be welcome
For 2 pass encoding, go the Edit stage and for each track, click on the "Settings" button to open the Track Settings window.
Go to the Video tab and select "Re-encode all videos as below" as the Output setting. This should enable the 2 pass encoding option to appear towards the bottom of the window and you will also be able to change the bitrate settings.
>For 2 pass encoding, go the Edit stage and for each track, click on the "Settings" button to open the Track Settings window.
>Go to the Video tab and select "Re-encode all videos as below" as the Output setting. This should enable the 2 pass encoding option to appear towards the bottom of the window and you will also be able to change the bitrate settings.
I downloaded sample footage encoded with XAVC Long GOP codec (in MXF container) and tried to add it to the Video Mastering Works 5 project. Unfortunately, it can't be done...
Please, add the support of both XAVC Intra , and XAVC Long GOP codec, which are used in professional camcorders.
said this on another thread but felt it better to also start it on the software im currently using.
Yeah, i just "complained" that they dont have something like or just the avi 10bit that sony vegas and adobe have for rendering. and i did the complaint because its NEEDED when you use noise filters to avoid the chroma banding.
also they really do need to add support for 10bit videos for import aswell as its a royal pain in the rear having to render 10 bit into 8 bit just for the software to work with it
facing a great new project, I have to look for the right DVD authoring software, but I do not know if TMPGEnc can fulfill my needs. Maybe one of you can help, but let me first describe what I am going to do.
I have five videos of identical length (about 15-20 minutes) shot in XAVC-S and synced with the implemented timecode. Every video has been shot in a different location of a race track and therefore has its own (I mean different) soundtrack. Now I would like to create a DVD/Blu-ray that allows the client to switch between all those videos in real time while chasing his favourite race driver along the track by hitting the "Multi" button on its DVD player.
The question is if TMPGEnc can handle such an effect that differs from "regular" Multi Angle because of different soundtracks? Or do I have to look for another authoring software? I will be thankful for every kind of help.
Ouch, 1500 videos might be difficult. I can't think of an automated way to do it.
When I have multiple videos, I usually put them in the same timeline, each on their own layer. The watermark layer stays at the top and is always visible (and must be adjusted to the length of the selected video layer), then I only make one video layer visible at a time and output.
You can make an output template and once it is selected, it will remain selected for the project until you change it, so you can go back to the edit screen and select a different layer for output, then go directly to the Encode stage and rename the output file.
The difference, of course, is that I'm usually only working with 2-3 videos, so it's not a hassle. I can't imagine doing that for 1500 videos.
Hopefully in the future, they will make a watermark filter (instead of us having to use a layer in timeline mode); that way, you'd be able to use the Normal mode's "output all videos as a separate file" output option.
the way i cans ee it happening is in sections ie collective groups of planned output.
you add all the files in each single group into the timeline, select batch and select the watermark, then on the output select multiple files since its the same output and do it that way. and then save that project file and continue doing the same thing for each different output setting. when ready, open the batch encoder and load all the project files and run it