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  • #31
    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    I don't think you can do DVD from the same HD project
    Nope, can't do it. But I found a thread explaining a shortcut. Open two windows, one in HD and the other in standard def, then cut and paste the timeline from one to the other. All modifications, chapters, etc gets transferred intact. Although not perfect, at least it's a step in the right direction.

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    • #32
      But in DVD tmpenc will encod hd to sd?
      Will it be good quality and not too long?
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      • #33
        Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post

        maybe I download the latest and have another play to see what they improved

        wow wow and wow, testing now

        there have been many improvements, it leaves DVDit for dead 3x over
        Anton Strauss
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        • #34
          Have to try the two-window, copy and paste tip from above. Thanks.

          My main issue is startign with AW4 was to realize that unlike the other authoring program I've used (e.g., ReelDVD, Encore, DLP) where you build the DVD structure and menus by adding "stuff", with AW4 it seems to me it started with a full plate DVD structure, and I had to remove the stuff I do not want. Once past that realization (at least to my thinking, such as it is) it was easy.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by dpalomaki View Post
            Have to try the two-window, copy and paste tip from above. Thanks.

            My main issue is startign with AW4 was to realize that unlike the other authoring program I've used (e.g., ReelDVD, Encore, DLP) where you build the DVD structure and menus by adding "stuff", with AW4 it seems to me it started with a full plate DVD structure, and I had to remove the stuff I do not want. Once past that realization (at least to my thinking, such as it is) it was easy.
            I am agree it's strange when we cannot take off something .
            We have to think first the number of button we want
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            • #36
              Originally posted by iibw View Post
              I found a thread explaining a shortcut. Open two windows, one in HD and the other in standard def, then cut and paste the timeline from one to the other. All modifications, chapters, etc gets transferred intact. Although not perfect, at least it's a step in the right direction.
              My mistake, it's not the timeline that you copy, it's the project file. Here are the original instructions. I'm importing HQ fine 1440x1080 60i in one project, and let TMPG 4 transcode to 720x480 60i in the other.

              https://ssl.pegasys-inc.com/faq/view...=en&faqid=1186

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              • #37
                Agree

                Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
                wow wow and wow, testing now

                there have been many improvements, it leaves DVDit for dead 3x over
                I also downloaded TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 and started to fiddle with it. It seems very malleable and easy to use at the same time. I will also be trying it out.

                Anybody out there tried it before? What is the quallity like? What are the Edius MPEG-2 settings to use in order for TNPGEnc not to reencode?

                Thanks
                BigRick, Montreal, Canada

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                • #38
                  authoring works accepts Edius elementary streams, providing authoring works is set to Automatic/Smart Rendering Prioritized
                  http://www.videoproductions.com.au/T...coder-mode.png
                  http://www.videoproductions.com.au/h...ay-export.html (very fast export, uses all cores at 100%)

                  TAW4 menu render quality is excellent, smooth text and highlights, leaves Edius menu quality for dead, which looks like everything was attached by mice

                  and be sure to click and right click anything you see, you will find that TAW4 has advanced settings on every item making it in a way much more powerful than DVDit Pro HD
                  Anton Strauss
                  Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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                  • #39
                    Does TAW4 have CSS and DLT tape output for SD?

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                    • #40
                      CSS is enabled at the replication plant during glass master creation, so you don't need that as part of authoring

                      there is no DLT output, you don't need that, use DVD-R, no problems with replicators, they do a quality check before creating the glass master

                      I never used a DLT in 10 years now
                      Anton Strauss
                      Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
                        authoring works accepts Edius elementary streams, providing authoring works is set to Automatic/Smart Rendering Prioritized
                        http://www.videoproductions.com.au/T...coder-mode.png
                        http://www.videoproductions.com.au/h...ay-export.html (very fast export, uses all cores at 100%)
                        Hey Anton,

                        I noticed this post and wanted to ask a question. I just downloaded the Authoring Works trial and have imported an encoded 720p60 Mpeg-2 .m2v and its audio file into Authoring Works and it wants to re-encode the file.

                        The m2v file is 20GB yet AW disc output size is 10GB. I have the setting set as you show. Any other settings? Encore shows "don't transcode"...

                        Thanks
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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
                          authoring works accepts Edius elementary streams, providing authoring works is set to Automatic/Smart Rendering Prioritized
                          Anton, you seem to be favouring elementary streams.

                          I personnally don't see any benefit to using elementary streams. You surely have a reason for using them. What am I missing?

                          Also have another question: you suggested the following TMPGEnc settings:
                          • Encoder Mode: Automatic
                          • Max Bitrate: 24000
                          • Bitrate: 24000
                          • Min. bitrate: 5830
                          • Picture quality: 90%


                          Can you explain the 90% picture quality as opposed to 100% and what about the bitrates, they are set to lower than the Edius average output of 25000 and max of 35000 ?

                          Am I missing something again?

                          Regards....
                          Last edited by bigrick; 01-21-2011, 07:20 PM.
                          BigRick, Montreal, Canada

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                          • #43
                            Most authoring programs require elementary streams.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by pjsssss View Post
                              Most authoring programs require elementary streams.
                              Hi Rick.

                              A lot of authoring apps can take pre-muxed files such as mpeg and m2ts. But like Pat said they do prefere elementary streams, as they like to do their own muxing. Depending on what you do to the streams in the authoring app, like adding audio, subtitles, angles etc. The authoring app would only have to demuxed any transport or muxed streams anyway in order to remux with the extra info.

                              Cheers.

                              Dave.

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                              • #45
                                yes, in order to create a DVD or Blu-ray, muxing needs to take place

                                in order to mux, elementary streams are required

                                so if you geed the program a program stream, it will accept, it will demux it and then remux it and it will take longer

                                make your choice

                                example: to make a DVD, VOB files get created, they are a mux of video, one or more audio streams, one or more subtitle streams
                                Anton Strauss
                                Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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