The High Quality, Frame-Level MPEG Editor
MPEG Editor is a useful software whch allows you to customize your shows from your DVD-Recorder exactly the way you want it.Keep it in High Definition or not, cut out the scenes you want to, edit out the commercials you want to, or even just take your own footage and edit it. Take your High Definition footage from your camera and edit them the way you like, after your done you can either send it back to your camera or simply save it to your computer. Here are some key features of \"TMPGEnc MPEG Editor\":
· Edit your favorite TV shows and home movies on the frame level without re-encoding the whole video file!
· Maintain your High Definition video quality while editing
· Burn to DVD or Blu-ray Disc!
· Included VRCopy application lets you import from and write to DVD-RAM discs!
· Fit-to-disc transcoding makes sure your edited video fits your favorite media
· Cut-Edit with surprising ease and speed
· Scroll through your video at even higher speeds thanks to DirectX preview rendering!
· Capture directly from your HDV camcorder!
· Add video transition effects to your clips
· Customize your workspace with expandable/collapsable Cut-Edit toolbars.
· 3D Graphics hardware with DirectX 9c compatibility.
· 512MB RAM.
· 100 MB HDD.
· 1024x768 resolution.
· NET Framework 3.0
· 14 days trial.
· Software launch delay of 10 seconds.
· Project files cannot be read or saved.
· Batch encode tool is disabled.
· DVD-Video, DVD-VR and BDAV output is limited to 30 minutes for single file output or 3 clips at 10 minutes each for multiple file output.
· No user support provided. VRCopy for PEGASYS is not included. What\'s New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· The Media writing tool\'s writing driver has been updated.
· 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.