TMPGEnc Authoring Works Retail

Software, Multi-Media. June 6, 2009 by Bidadari.
TMPGEnc Authoring Works Retail
TMPGEnc Authoring Works Retail | 108.63 MB
Authoring Reborn.
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.

Full Featured. And then some.
* Input MPEG-1/2, AVI, WMV, QuickTime, DivX, MPEG-4/H.264, AVCHD, DV/HDV, DVD-VR, DVR-MS video files and author to DVD-Video, Blu-ray (BDMV), and DivX Ultra formats.
* Camcorder AVCHD/HDV/DV video input support.
* Creates high quality DivX video.
* Edit out unwanted scenes or commercials.
* Create interactive menus from templates or make your own custom menus.
* Add or edit subtitles.
* Make your own slideshow DVDs and Blu-ray Discs in standard or high definition.
* Apply audio filters such as gap correction, noise reduction, and fade-in/out.
* 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround sound input/output.

Version history:
Version - June 4, 2009

Improved 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.
Improved Added a volume correction function in the Menu editor's Background music editor tab.
Improved Added an aspect ratio retention option in the Menu editor's Background picture tab.
Improved Added a layout reset button in the Subtitles layout editor.
Improved The AVCHD file reader can now import multichannel AAC audio data.
Fixed The subtitle text reader could not import correctly some languages.
Fixed 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.
Fixed An error would occur when adding a Fade-in/out effect transition between clips where the subtitiles were enabled.
Fixed When editing a chapter name in the Clip editor window, pressing the "Delete" key would cut the current clip selection.
Fixed In the Clip editor window, moving to Next/Previous frame function would not function correctly.
Fixed In the Menu editor, an error would arise when adding a custom picture in a menu, deleting it, then using the Undo/Redo function.
Fixed In the Menu editor, enabling the page level properties would make the subtitles or audio streams selection page disappear.
Fixed In the Menu editor, loading a project with a specific setting would freeze the application.
Fixed 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.
Fixed 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.
Fixed In the Menu edtior, adding several pictures at a time, then deleting them would cause an error.
Fixed 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.
Fixed In the Disc writing tool, an unwanted error message would appear when inserting a disc after writing to a BD-R or other media.
Fixed 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.)
Fixed When outputting in BDMV/DVD-Video, the video length would become 1 frame shorter.
Fixed When outputting in BDMV at 1920x1080/23.976 fps or 24 fps, a verifier error would arise.
Fixed When manually changing the framerate setting of an AVCHD source, the track settings would become incorrect and the verifier would show an error.
Fixed Depending on the source resolution, the AVCHD file reader would not correctly determinate the YUV colorspace.
Fixed On rare occasions, the AVCHD reader would not be able to read some data.
Fixed When using an AVCHD source, the memory usage would be higher than expected and an Insufficient memory error would arise.
Fixed The MPEG-4 AVC decoder has been updated to correctly decode SpursEngine generated MPEG-4 files.
Fixed An error would arise when navigating within an clip imported through the AVCHD file reader.
Fixed The correct picture could not be retrieved when navigating a clip imported through the DirectShow file reader.
Fixed Playback would become more and more difficult in the second half of a PV3/4 data source with a long duration.
Fixed The application would freeze when adding chapters or enabling/disabling the subtitles.
Fixed The correct number of cores could not be recognized for the AMD type multicore CPU.
Fixed The GOP length is now within the standard limits when importing an NTSC source in a PAL project using the full rendering mode.
Fixed Depending on the track transition order, the track default audio and subtitle settings would not be correctly reflected.
Fixed When importing DVD content through the Source Wizard, a specific data condition would abort the importation.
Fixed 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.
Fixed 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.
Fixed The application memory usage efficiency has been optimized.
Fixed 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.
Fixed Other corrections.

# For Windows XP / Vista SP1
# Language: English. Also available in German and Japanese.

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