I was thinking using buying a pay software i ll have no issue with software driver !
IF pegasys don't maintain their software because of bug / issues ...it is really not professinonal fair.
I have install Pilot GeForce Game Ready 516.94
I hope update ll come for all last nvidia driver.
I have a 3080 and CUDA is working correctly
Have you changed in preferences / decoder which one you want to use?
For example H264 you have to put NVENC
Remember that CUDA only works if for that type of video file you are converting the CPU is slower than the GPU in encoding
Sure, but the result won't look too pretty, because it can be clearly seen and many times also be heard in the audio where they have been joined together, so there i honestly don't suggest TVMW7 specifically for this sort of work.
There you are better off using an actual video studio instead, where there is the ability to create a much better flowing crossfading between the two clips.
If we are talking about two videos that looks like as if they once actually used to be one video but then has been split in to two by some one, then there you are better off using VideoReDo TVSuite 6 to re-join those two clips, because it does that extremely precisely.
That one is also a gods gift for those who record television and want to get rid of all those pesky commercial breaks.
When creating a Color matte with the Source Wizard, the duration is set up thanks to "Clip Duration". The problem is that the frame rate can't be selected and it defaults to 30 fps if I remember well. Most of my videos are at 25 fps, so everytime I want to add a black frame for a certain duration, I need to compute its duration / 30 * 25 to get the correct duration I want for my project. It would be nice if the frame rate were the same as the frame rate of the Master video clip or if it were possible to select it in a dropdown menu (not to default it to 30 fps).
When dragging a dvd into mastering works 7, all it does is name the individual episodes title 1 etc, is there anyway the software can bring in the name of the series etc. Thanks very much for any input
Are there any tutorials for this software available anywhere? I've seen the help files at help.pegasys-inc.com, but they are pretty cryptic. I really need something with more explanation, advice as to best settings, etc. For example, for color correction and stablization.
i had try to make transparent bouton with, .psd fils or .tiff files that have alpha chanel fot the transparency, but it always have a with rectangle, and i am not able to have this with full transparency. do i miss something in the process.
in dynamics menus, there are words hwo are transparent, without the rectangle around the lettres, i would like to make boutons the same way
I have some MOV files which are recorded with NDI Tools 5
The codec is SHQ2 and can be played by VLC
Is there a way to add the codec to the list of codecs TVMW can decode ?
Despite NDI Tools 5 being installed on this machine, TVMW only see the audio track in the MOV file...
Try doing this attempt
1- Install K-Lite Codec Pack
2- Start Mastering Works
2- Deselection in the preferences "File Reader Setting" all codecs and leave Active DirectShow File Reader
3- Restart the program and try if it works
This is the only way that remains to digest unrecognized video files
At the end of the work, remember to activate the deselected codecs check
That worked !
(hopefully K-Lite hasn't messed up too much other video-related software tools & codecs on my system...the installation config screens were pretty long & complex, I disabled as much as I felt necessary...crossing fingers.)
One suggestion though also for others:
During setup of the LAV Splitter, make sure to do these settings:
Subtitle Selection Mode: No Subtitles
Blu-ray Subtitles (PGS):
Remove marker at Enable Automatic Forced Subtitle Stream
This will prevent that you get some pretty huge forced subtitles showing up in the image, also when working with MKV files that contains SRT or PGS subs.
In cases when wanting forced subs on video, such as for the foreign spoken parts, there its much better to use TVMW7's own subtitle tool to import the subs, which gives entirely free hands to work with the subs.
Does TMPGEnc Authoring Works support 4 or 5 audio tracks?
When I multiplex one video-stream together with 5 audio streams
and want to import it into Authoring Works 5, I can select only 4 audio and a message appears that AW 6 only supports "5" (?) audio stream.
Also in clip properties, I see only 4 tab cards for 4 audio streams.
So I guess the AW 6 actually ONLY supports 4 audio steams....
I need to cut edit 1000 clips, all at the exactly same timeframe. How to do that? I am now doing it one by one dragging to the exactly same time frame for each file. If there is a batch command to repeat same cut setting to all >1000 files would be big help saving me many hours of time.
the >1000 clips have exactly same duration, exactly same place to cut. The clips have different contents.
Hello, I currently have VMW6 installed on my pc and most often encode with cuda on my 1080ti. For the most part it works ok though I do notice my system seems to lag and slow down after using MW6 and a system restart solves this. I'm assuming this issue is related to drivers. I was considering upgrading to MW7 (hoping this would fix my issue) until I saw a few of the posts here that some users are still having problems with nvidia gpus and drivers. I'm curious if VMW7 works better with the new RX6000 series of gpus from AMD? I'm most likely going to hold off until the next gen gpus release later this year but I'm hoping to get some feedback from users who encode with either red or green.
#1 - Radeon or Geforce? What works best for gpu encoding with VMW7?
#2 - Will I notice shorter encoding times if I upgrade from my 1080ti to a 3080ti or 4080ti? Or higher end RX6800 or 6900?
#3 - I know vram is important and my current gpu has 11gb, would it be noticeable if my new card only had 8gb?
Don't put your hopes too high on brand new series of GPU's being released later here in 2022, because they could be a whole lot more expensive than usual.
There is still a severe shortage on chips and the prices on current produced hardware is increasing.
But GeForce will still be the better choice due to being supported, Radeon is to my knowledge from earlier versions of of both VMW and TAW not supported, one reason why i got rid of the Radeon i once had and put my focus on GeForce instead.
The rest you ask about i don't really know much about, other than the more powerful CPU, RAM and GPU (GeForce) you have, the better it is in VMW and TAW when encoding.
I meant to say about Radeon support, that it has never have been supported in VMW and TAW.
(was not allowed to edit it in the other message)
So GeForce is the better choice due to the CUDA being supported.
Try unchecking all codecs leaving only Quicktime active and see if it works.
If it does not work, install the LAV filter, start the PC and select only DirectShow file reader as above, unchecking all the others and leaving only the latter active