They need to be compliant with the output format you're going for. So if you're making a Blu-ray, your source files need to be Blu-ray compliant. You can check some basics for the Blu-ray format at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blu-ray
TMPGenc Authoring Works 5
I have two tracks
1 is 40m 16 s
2 is 42m 44s
they show as orange beyond the 4.7Gb limit,, 226mm is the 4.7Gb length and 52mm of orange beyond it !
What are the steps I need to follow, to get both onto the 4.7Gb DVD disc ? please talk me through it. I appreciate there might be a slight loss of quality, its already SD from HD but I cant afford to use up 14 discs having 14 tracks to burn to dvd-r for an elderly friend.
Its annoying as I was hoping to put 4 tracks onto one disc, so I will be using up a lot more discs. I shall use DVD_RW and erase and re-use afterwards if I have enough !
He hasnt a tv with usb socket else showing the videos would be dead easy, but old folk have old kit !
I am creating a blu-ray live video music disc, so basically i have the main menu with "play all" and "concert select".
In concert "select menu" i have a list of concerts to watch. if you select a concert it then goes in to a "song select menu" and this is where the problem start.
If i create chapters for every song in the concert it then creates a new page for every song, so i have for example:- 22 pages each containing a button to play that song. I want all 22 songs on one menu page.
If I'm understanding correctly, each song is really just a chapter in a track, correct?
If so, it's really a matter of choosing the correct menu template for your chapter menu. I would choose a track menu with 22 thumbnails on it. You'll need to choose the custom template option in the menu wizard.
One question, if save format template (tvmw7e) - too is save resolution? But then is template unusable:-(. If I use sources in different resolutions, then load template always set too resolution (save in template), but this is bad (output not keep ration from input).
Is possible NOT save resolution to template? Only save others settings?
I am importing SRT format subtitles that are in Spanish. They are exported from my Final Cut Pro 10.5.1 timeline. When I import them into Authoring Works 6, odd characters are substituted throughout. This is happening in on import, as the SRT files do not contain these odd characters, and the subtitles look fine in Final Cut Pro. I have also tried this with SRT caption files I received directly from 3Play Media and the same thing happens. Is there anyway to correct or prevent this? Here is an example of what I get:
I am on Windows and see the same thing for the Swedish language. To fix it i open it in Notepad and then go to File > Save As. In the Save As dialog i change the Encoding option from UTF-8 to ANSI and click Save to overwrite and save the file.
There must be a simple text editor on the Mac as well. If not, try SubtitleEdit, it can change the Encoding as well.
I converted a video i captured and edited in m2ts and want to code for apple TV 4. When i go to play apple TV said its not compatable but will play on old apple TV 2 (Anyone have recommended output settings.