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TMPGEnc MPEG Editor

TMPGEnc MPEG Editor lets you edit your MPEG files on the frame level without re-encoding for DVDs and Blu-rays
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Language: English
Ease of use: Not Rated
Latest Version: 3.4.2.154 (details)
OS Support: Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7
License: Commercial, $USD64.95
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Description:

TMPGEnc MPEG Editor lets you edit your MPEG files on the frame level without re-encoding for DVDs and Blu-rays.

Features:

  • Edit your MPEG files on the frame level without re-encoding everything! Maintains original video quality!
  • Write your edited files to Blu-ray Disc (BDAV) and DVD!
  • High Definition Video importing straight from your HDV camcorder!
  • Choose from over 170 incredible video transition effects between clips!
  • Use the included VRCopy utility to import and burn video to DVD-RAM discs! Great for DVD-Recorder users!


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Supported File Formats:

Input Files: AC3, DVD, DVR-MS, IFO/BUP, MP2, MPG, WAV
Output Files: AC3, Blu-ray, DVD, IFO/BUP, MP3, MPG, SVCD, VCD, VOB, WAV

OS Compatibility:

Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7

Revision History:

Version 3.4.2.154
  • Release Date: Oct 15, 2011
  • Improved The Media writing tool's writing driver has been updated.
  • Fixed An error occurred when reading certain MPEG files.
  • Occasionally could not burn DVD-Video correctly onto a dual-layer DVD Disc.
  • In the edit window, a runtime or other error occurred with the forced termination of the program when editing or closing the window.
  • When reading an AAC audio which switched the channel mode in the middle, a sound gap of up to 14.2ms occured at the switching point
  • When reading a file that contained some specific AAC audio, the sampling rate would be identified as double the actual rate.
  • A noise would occur when playing a file that contained some specific AAC audio in the middle.
  • When outputting DVD-Video or a VR file from a MPEG-1 Video as the source, the error "Value does not fall within the expected range" would occur and it would stop the output.
  • Would not accept an input file if the field order information in its MPEG header is different compared to the files within.
  • In environments where the CPU was unable to use SSE2 or later, an "invalid floating point error" would occur when starting output and it would stop the output.
  • Fixed (Burning)Used an alternative field more than necessary when writing to BD-R/BD-R DL media with the writing tool.
  • Even though the media is blank and it had been ready to burn, it occasionally would not be identified as blank by the writing tool.
  • Improved (Burning) The playing compatibility has been increased when burning into BD-R/BD-RE DL media.
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