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# 77527 17-Feb-2011 15:44
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this app can edit video crop then deinterlace ect and can convert to avi mp4 mpg divx xvid h.264 x264

this app has no sync problems all videos will be in sync 100%

i see there now called
TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5
http://tmpgenc.pegasys-inc.com/en/product/te4xp.html

so this might work better

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  # 440785 17-Feb-2011 15:52
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I haven't used tmpgenc for years and years.
I remember it being a good tool but extremely slow.
I wonder if it is faster now????



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  # 440789 17-Feb-2011 16:10
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farcus: I haven't used tmpgenc for years and years.
I remember it being a good tool but extremely slow.
I wonder if it is faster now????


i did an ep of drake and josh in it i rec from four last weekend saved it to 528x384 xvid high profile audio mp3 128kbps file size 175mb and it took 23mins witch is not to bad

 
 
 
 


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  # 440799 17-Feb-2011 16:40
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I don't see .ts listed in input format capability in it's specs.
Therefore not much use for editing and converting my .ts recordings.



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  # 440828 17-Feb-2011 18:11
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B1GGLZ: I don't see .ts listed in input format capability in it's specs.
Therefore not much use for editing and converting my .ts recordings.


it dose work with .ts



just rec that a wile ago today

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  # 443689 26-Feb-2011 18:38
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freeviewfan: i see there now called TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5 ... so this might work better

It costs US $99.95 - not sure that it would be good value for money.

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  # 443893 27-Feb-2011 16:05
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yeah - not worth that much money.
I use Avidemux now - more features, faster, free & native to linux.

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  # 444390 1-Mar-2011 11:28
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I have to admit I have never had much luck with editing ts files with avidemux. That could be because I get tranmission errors so there are breaks in the file, dropouts etc. that cause problems.

Up till now the only tool that has even the remotest chance of editing ts files and maintain audio/video sync is TS Packet Editor. Once I have edited the file I can then pass it through Handbrake to create a smaller version.

The only problem I have faced so far is, for some reason when Handbrake is creating a H.264 version, it seems to drive all four cores I have but if I chose  xvid/ffmpeg the encoder is not driving all cores to 100%.

That could be a problem with the ffmpeg library versus the x264 library Handbrake is using.




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