TMPGEnc Authoring Works v220.127.116.11Program Type:
PEGASYS Inc. Homepage:
June 4, 2009 Interface Language:
Windows XP, Vista (32-bit) File Size:
116Mb TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4
- "все в одном" решение для медиа-авторинга. Молодой ли Вы или старый, начинающий или профессионал, TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 это простой способ для создания своих собственных DVD, Blu-ray-дисков и DivX ULTRA видео. Импорт большинства видео форматов, возможность редактировать видео: удалять рекламу или нежелательные сцены, добавлять впечатляющие видео-эффекты и переходы, делать свои собственные субтитры, создавать профессионально выглядящие меню и многое, многое другое...
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is Your All-In-One Media Authoring Solution. Whether you’re young or old, beginner or professional, TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 is the easy way to author your own DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, and DivX ULTRA video. Import most video formats, edit out commercials or unwanted scenes, add spectacular transition effects, make your own subtitles, create professional-looking menus, and much, much more.
TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 takes authoring to the next level with the key features you've always wanted. For instance, the new slideshow editor lets you adjust the timing for each picture and add transition and zoom effects. Author your favorite AVCHD, HDV and DV camcorder footage to the high-capacity Blu-ray Disc format. Create HD menus complete with pop-up menus that you can access during playback. Or how about making your own HD slideshows? It's all possible with Blu-ray Disc.Features:
TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 is packed with features to help you create professional-looking DVDs and Blu-ray Discs that you'll love to share with friends and family.Easy-to-use interface.
Intuitive step-by-step process. Each TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 project is divided into 5 stages: Start, Source, Menu, Simulation, and Output. Simply complete each stage in order and you'll have a custom DVD or Blu-ray Disc movie in no time. You can even go back to previous stages to make changes, or skip certain stages depending on your needs. Various wizards are included to help guide you through more complicated tasks, such as menu creation and file importing.Extensive input formats.
Convert to DVD and Blu-ray Disc compliant video. TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 will automatically convert a vast array of video file formats to DVD, Blu-ray Disc, or DivX formats. You can even convert your AVCHD videos and keep them in full-HD (1920 1080) when you output to Blu-ray Disc.Search smarter with Smart Scene Search.
Find scene changes with a single click. It can be tedious to look for all of the scene changes in your video clips, especially when you've got hours of footage. This is where Smart Scene Search comes in. While editing, all you have to do is click your middle mouse button to the right or the left of the playhead in the thumbnail preview to automatically find the next or previous scene change. This makes it easy to set key frames, find a good place to cut scenes, or split your clip.Add your own subtitles.
Read what they're saying. Add up to two subtitle streams to your videos with the subtitle editor. Import subtitles from a DVD or create your own with tools for positioning, timing, font styles and more. Create multi-language subtitles or use it for the hearing impared. Subtitles also work great as captions for slideshows too.Create interactive menus.
Use templates or customize them yourself. What's a DVD, Blu-ray, or DivX ULTRA disc without a nice menu? The menu wizard will guide you through the menu-making process, allowing you to create menus in standard and high definition with aspect ratios of 4:3 or 16:9. You can even create pop-up menus with your Blu-ray Disc projects. Of course, you can choose not to create a menu at all as well.Menu Templates
- If you're not a creative-type or you're short on time, use one of the pre-installed menu templates to create a menu with just a few clicks. With a wide variety of different themes, you're sure to find a menu template to match your video.Custom Menus
- Want to make something truly unique? Then choose to create a custom menu where you can alter practically everything about your menu. Change the background to a personal photo, make your own navigation buttons, add graphical effects to your chapter thumbnails, alter page titles, and more. When you're all done, you can even save your menu as a template so you can use it over and over again.Add a note page.
Add note pages to your menus that can contain actor bios, production notes, trivia, history, extra images, or whatever else your imagination can come up with. (Not available for DivX ULTRA menus.)Highlight editor.
Change the way menu items are highlighted with the highlight editor. Maybe you want the play button to be outlined, or maybe you want the whole button to be highlighted when you select it. You can also change the highlight colors.Menu item effects.
With custom menus, you can add effects to each menu item (buttons, thumbnails, title text, etc.). Add a drop shadow to all of your text, change the color of your chapter thumbnails to a sepia tone, rotate your buttons, change the opacity of your menu title, and much, much more.Smart Rendering.
Edit and output in a flash. Smart Rendering allows you to output DVD or Blu-ray Disc compliant MPEG-1/2 video without having to re-encode the entire movie file. This makes output extremely quick, and when you cut out a scene, only the video frames before and after the cut section will be re-encoded, saving you a ton of time and keeping the same quality as the original source file. Applicable clips will have a Smart Rendering icon in the Source stage of the program.Simulation feature.
Test your creation before you output.See what your Blu-ray/DVD/DivX project looks like before you output it with the Simulation feature. This will reproduce what your project will look like when you put it in a real DVD/Blu-ray player. Test out your menus, audio tracks, subtitles, and menu item effects that you've applied. We've even included controls that mimic a DVD remote so you can see what it would be like to navigate through your menus. Don't like what you see? Go back and make changes, then test it again.Transcode feature.
Never worry about running out of space. Sometimes you might have so much content that you can't fit it on the DVD. What do you do? You can get rid of some clips, or you can use the transcode feature which can automatically adjust the bitrate of your movie so that it will fit on your target media. Simply set your target media (DVD, Blu-ray Disc) or set a custom output size and TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 will do the rest. Please note that while lowering the bitrate decreases the file size of your movie, it will also decrease the quality as well.Multiple tracks.
Up to 99 tracks per project. Got a lot of footage? Add up to 99 video tracks to your project. That's 99 episodes, 99 home videos, 99 slideshows, 99 tracks of whatever video you've got! So go ahead and an extra track or two...or three...or four...The firstplay track.
Add an intro video or logo. The firstplay track will play once you insert your DVD or Blu-ray Disc into your player. Use it to include an introduction video, corporate logos, sponsorship logos, or whatever you can think of.Fix your audio.
Make adjustments with audio filters. Is your audio track a little out of sync? Use the audio gap correction to fix it. You can also adjust the volume levels, add fade in/out effects, and apply noise and signal reduction filters... Technical Specifications:
_http://tmpgenc.pegasys-inc.com/en/product/taw4_spec.htmlMinimum System Requirements
PC: IBM PC/AT compatible
OS: Windows XP SP2 (Home, Pro, Media Center),Windows Vista SP1 (Ultimate, Home Premium, Home Basic, Business) (Operation on 64-bit editions is not officially supported. Use on a 64-bit OS is at your own risk.)
CPU: Intel Pentium III 1.0GHz, AMD Athlon MP, Athlon XP or higher. (SSE extended instruction is required)
RAM: 512MB or more
HDD space: 300MB for the program + enough space for the input / output files
Screen resolution: 1024 768 or more
HDD format: NTFS recommended (FAT32 is possible but limits the maximum file size to 4GB, BDMV output is not possible on a FAT32 partition)
Others: Windows Media Player 9 or later, DirectX 9c or later, QuickTime Player 7 or later, Internet connection required for periodic license validation and updates.Recommended System Requirements
CPU: Pentium 4 2.4 GHz (HT Technology) or better.
Memory: 1 GB or more
Screen resolution: 1280 x 1024 or more / Full-color outputRecommended System Requirements for HD Video Editing
CPU: Pentium 4 3 GHz, Pentium D 820 or better / Athlon 64 X2 3800+ or better with two or more logical or physical CPUs.
Memory: 1 GB or more
Screen resolution: 1600 x 1200 or more / Full-color outputChanges im v18.104.22.168
- June 4, 2009:
- Added an optional low memory usage multithreaded motion search. (This option is enabled by default, you can disable it in the Preferences.) This option does not change the final output.
- Added a volume correction function in the Menu editor's Background music editor tab.
- Added an aspect ratio retention option in the Menu editor's Background picture tab.
- Added a layout reset button in the Subtitles layout editor.
- The AVCHD file reader can now import multichannel AAC audio data.
- The subtitle text reader could not import correctly some languages.
- The subtitle text reader is now more resilient when importing SRT files with unexpected empty lines, skipped text numbers etc. It will now try to continue the importation when possible instead of stopping.
- An error would occur when adding a Fade-in/out effect transition between clips where the subtitiles were enabled.
- When editing a chapter name in the Clip editor window, pressing the "Delete" key would cut the current clip selection.
- In the Clip editor window, moving to Next/Previous frame function would not function correctly.
- In the Menu editor, an error would arise when adding a custom picture in a menu, deleting it, then using the Undo/Redo function.
- In the Menu editor, enabling the page level properties would make the subtitles or audio streams selection page disappear.
- In the Menu editor, loading a project with a specific setting would freeze the application.
- In the Menu editor, attempting to load a file that is not a picture, nor a video, in the menu would cause an error, followed by a second error.
- In the Menu editor, creating a menu then changing the setting to "No menu", after starting a new project, the menu page thumbnail list would not display correctly.
- In the Menu edtior, adding several pictures at a time, then deleting them would cause an error.
- In the Disc writing tool, an error would arise stating a BDMV folder is already present when adding a BDMV folder by drag and drop.
- In the Disc writing tool, an unwanted error message would appear when inserting a disc after writing to a BD-R or other media.
- When outputting in BDMV mode, selecting 24 fps would actually output in 25 fps. (This problem does not occur when the output is in SD or 23.976 fps.)
- When outputting in BDMV/DVD-Video, the video length would become 1 frame shorter.
- When outputting in BDMV at 1920x1080/23.976 fps or 24 fps, a verifier error would arise.
- When manually changing the framerate setting of an AVCHD source, the track settings would become incorrect and the verifier would show an error.
- Depending on the source resolution, the AVCHD file reader would not correctly determinate the YUV colorspace.
- On rare occasions, the AVCHD reader would not be able to read some data.
- When using an AVCHD source, the memory usage would be higher than expected and an Insufficient memory error would arise.
- The MPEG-4 AVC decoder has been updated to correctly decode SpursEngine generated MPEG-4 files.
- An error would arise when navigating within an clip imported through the AVCHD file reader.
- The correct picture could not be retrieved when navigating a clip imported through the DirectShow file reader.
- Playback would become more and more difficult in the second half of a PV3/4 data source with a long duration.
- The application would freeze when adding chapters or enabling/disabling the subtitles.
- The correct number of cores could not be recognized for the AMD type multicore CPU.
- The GOP length is now within the standard limits when importing an NTSC source in a PAL project using the full rendering mode.
- Depending on the track transition order, the track default audio and subtitle settings would not be correctly reflected.
- When importing DVD content through the Source Wizard, a specific data condition would abort the importation.
- When adding a project in the Batch authoring tool, the automatic child folder creation setting would not be passed correctly, and an error would occur.
- During a simulation, when the Play/Pause button cannot be used (during a firstplay playback etc), and therefore cannot be played back when automatically paused according to the specifications, the Play button is now enabled to allow the playback.
- The application memory usage efficiency has been optimized.
- When creating a BDMV custom menu, choosing a specific menu structure would create a disc where it is not possible to go from the Top menu to the Track menu.
- Other corrections.Download: