I was surprised to see TMSR4 consider about 30% of the (unedited) MP4 files (1080/30p AVC) from my Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini phone as "Rescue" files !
Wondering why I don't get 100% of "Smart" in this simple (?) test case ?
what i mean by automatic is when you put a video file into the timeline "TS" file. when you go to output the file it will make the "TS" file with all my edits and not lose any quality. VideoReDo TVSuite V4 does this but it doesn't have a great editing.
I was just wondering if anyone can tell me why there is no verification function that the disk is an exact copy of the data. I encode with this program but choose to burn with another as it verifies the disk is correctly burned. Seems strange for a program of this caliber or am I missing something? Thanks
You can't edit the pre-made buttons because they are images, not editable text. You can import your own images to use as buttons or create text buttons with the Custom Menu editor (choose to create a custom menu instead of from a template).
The "TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5" works with files captured in. MXF with Sony Vegas?
I bought a "Intensity Pro - Blackmagic Design" card and would like to use it to capture with Sony Vegas and encode with TMPGEnc! Is it possible?
Can anyone tell me why when I try to import any avi file to make a dvd, all I get is a whole lot of jagged lines where you should be able to preview the file. This does not happen with any other format such as mp4, mkv, etc. So effectively I can't make a dvd out of any of my avi files as the program wont read them properly. I would appreciate anyone's help with this thanks.
You may not have the correct codec installed.
AVI is a container format, so the video and audio can be in any format and you may not have the right codec installed on your computer.
You can use a program like MediaInfo to find out what format your audio/video is in and what codec you need.
Can the video be played in Windows Media Player? If so, then you should have the codec installed already. TAW5 will use the same codecs that Windows Media Player uses.
Thanks for the reply. Yes they all play fine in windows media player, that's why Im really confused lol. I use windows 8.1 now, they used to play fine in windows 7. That's all I can think of. :( Below is one of the files if that's any help.
Format : AVI
Format/Info : Audio Video Interleave
File size : 930 MiB
Duration : 1h 1mn
Overall bit rate : 2 113 Kbps
ID : 0
Format : MPEG-4 Visual
Format profile : Simple@L3
Format settings, BVOP : No
Format settings, QPel : No
Format settings, GMC : No warppoints
Format settings, Matrix : Default (H.263)
Codec ID : XVID
Codec ID/Hint : XviD
Duration : 1h 1mn
Bit rate : 1 967 Kbps
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 404 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 16:9
Frame rate : 25.000 fps
Color space : YUV
Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
Bit depth : 8 bits
Scan type : Progressive
Compression mode : Lossy
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.271
Stream size : 866 MiB (93%)
Writing library : XviD 1.2.1 (UTC 2008-12-04)
ID : 1
Format : MPEG Audio
Format version : Version 1
Format profile : Layer 3
Mode : Joint stereo
Mode extension : MS Stereo
Codec ID : 55
Codec ID/Hint : MP3
Duration : 1h 1mn
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 128 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Compression mode : Lossy
Stream size : 56.3 MiB (6%)
Alignment : Aligned on interleaves
Interleave, duration : 24 ms (0.60 video frame)
Writing library : LAME3.98
You can try using a different file reader in TAW5.
When selecting your file from the Source Wizard, you can "force" a different file reader in the drop-down menu on the bottom right side of the window.
Try the DirectShow file reader, the Media Foundation file reader, or the AVI file reader. TAW5 was probably using one of those by default, so one of the other ones might work better.
Thanks heaps tkrave!! You are a legend!! I never knew that menu existed lol. I chose direct show as it was the only one of the 3 you mentioned that worked and its all good!!
Thanks again for helping me
I wanted to use an animation I made in After Effects that has a transparent background for a project in TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5 but the background isn't transparent when I import the video. Is there something I'm doing wrong or is it just not supported?
Its unbelievebla: there i have a Software that costs me 99 Dollar - which is powerful and wonderful, no way!
but today it's STANDARD to have DTS-Sound on Blu-Ray.
My creations look very good with TAW5, but sounds "crappy" with highest Dolby Digital Sound encoding available (DD2.0 = 448 kbs and DD5.1 640 kbs).
So my wish (and some particular others fans of TAW5): DTS-encoding, maybe as payable plug-in ? as in TAW3 (i mean) the AC3 encoding plugin.
We came to TMPEGEnc Authoring from Avid DVD (Sonic DVD IT). The Tsunami product costs a fraction of the (no longer available) Sonic one and is better in every possible way. Firstly, it has never crashed. Secondly, it has never crashed. Thirdly, it has never crashed. Fourthly, even my wife thinks it's easy to use.
I'm particularly keen on the way you can export chapter points from a DVD project and import them into the Blu-ray project - great!
My only gripe - I wish it was easier to find out how to encode my sources to avoid it transcoding them - but I gather the secrecy around this is something to do with DVD specification licensing??
>Its unbelievebla: there i have a Software that costs me 99 Dollar - which is powerful and wonderful, no way!
>but today it's STANDARD to have DTS-Sound on Blu-Ray.
No its not. Most commercial Blu-ray's have Dolby True HD.
If DTS output support was added, which Pegasys has to pay a LOT of money for, how do you think it would effect the price of TAW5? You would not be getting it for $99 for sure, it would look more like $400 you had to pay for it, due to how expensive the rights for DTS usage is.
No, TMPGEnc does not have video capturing options. It can only open already created video files or audio files.
If you want to do video capture, then you need a video studio, such as Corel VideoStudio Pro, who can do video capture.
But before that, you need to instal a video capture driver first for your camera, so that the video studio can locate the driver and then access your camera as a video capturing device.