I had to re-download my template package after a recent computer crash. My program files for TPMG show a date for template folder of 2/15/2024. but all the files in that folder have dates of 2008. Does that only reflect their original date of creation?
Strangely there seem to be way more templates in the folder than appear to me when I use the program.
Picture thumbnail is always pixilated after burning to bluray, simulation doesn't show the issue, only presents itself once the output is complete, anything Im missing to make the thumbnail more clear?
Thanks in advance
I do hope that someone can help with the following.
I have a few video tapes that I am looking to put onto DVD. I have the ability to record them to my blu ray recorder settop box and then place onto DVD.
I have the Mastering Works 5 and I am then looking to see if there is any such method/filtering that would help with improving quality and small drop outs from time to time.
I know that there are a number of filters to select from and also you would need to know a bit about what each filter can do.
Has anyone else completed such a task and has there been any such general rule of thumb with which filters to use and what settings to set them to?
If anyone can provide an idea as to what they have done as a standard to which I can work from would be great.
I own Video Mastering 5. I created a single slideshow file that I created using Video Mastering 6 Trial. In order to open this file, is Video Mastering 7 backwards compatible with 6? If not, is Video Mastering 6 still available for purchase?
Im wondering if it's possible that during the creation process if the subtitles can be be defaulted to off, each burn that ive done so far the subtitles are defaulted to on and have to be turned off once the video has started or via the menu. Thanks in advance foe any information that can be shared with me
You may need to update your Nvidia driver, or check on Nvidia's Control panel > 3D settings > Program settings, check if the software is added, if not click Add select the software, restart your machine and check it.
I am doing some heavy Blu Rays lately and unfortunately it seems to be ardly using the GPU and only half of the CPU It means VERY slow outputs. Has anybody had this and overcome it? I am using Razor EGPU's. I have tried with Nvidia Cards and Radion 6900 cards. I see no real efficiency improvements.
AV1 format is becoming the future of video encoding because of its compression performance (+30% vs HEVC) and free licensing.
I'd like to have a stream and video format option in the tab format :
- Hardware with AV1 NVENC support. Latest NIVIDIA 40** card have very powerful and fast prebuilt encoders. For AMD users, VCN AV1
- Software for quality (AV1 - SVT).
Handbrake in its last release (7.0) has introduced a full hardware and software support of the AVI format. My first performance tests on it are very impressive. Adobe premiere and others editors offer AV1 support.
Probably you joined your file with another file.
The rotation flag is recognized by the playback software, which then rotates
it 180 degrees for playback. However, if you combine multiple clips, the rotation
flag will be discarded.