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What Are The TMPGLabs?

TMPGLabs (Tee-Em-Pee-Gee-Labs) is a place where TMPGEnc users can find useful information, tips, and how-to's about our software. Information is added or updated on a regular basis, so do not hesitate to come back here often.

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TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 Tutorials

Tutorials for TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 have their own section! Check it out for tutorials on basic usage, DVD creation, adding subtitles, adding transition effects, menu creation, and more!

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TMPGEnc DVD Author 3: Creating Custom Thumbnail Frames

Learn how to create basic thumbnail frames in the TMPGEnc DVD Author 3's Menu Item Editor. Then go one step further and create completely original frames with the help of Adobe Photoshop. Read on to learn how!

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TMPGEnc DVD Author 3: Changing Bullet Styles in Custom Audio/Subtitle Menu Pages

Learn how to alter the appearance of DVD menu items that can't be deleted. You can even make them appear as though they never even existed. Read on for the tips!

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The Scene Change Detection Feature

Many of our software products have a feature called Scene Change Detection, which can help you to quickly and easily find scene changes in your videos. It is especially helpful when you want to mark chapter points in your videos. Read on to find out where it is and how it works.

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TMPGEnc DVD Author 3: Where's That Chaptering Tool?

The Chaptering Tool has a new location in TMPGEnc DVD Author 3. We'll show you its location and how to access this powerful tool.

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Working With Aspect Ratios in TMPGEnc DVD Author 3

Learn more about aspect ratios and find out how TMPGEnc DVD Author 3 with DivX Authoring deals with movie files that have different aspect ratios.

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Basic Encoding Using TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress

Here you'll see how to import a simple uncompressed AVI file into TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress and export the project results as a DVD-standard MPEG-2 video file, which will be ready for use in DVD Author 2.0 or any other standard-based DVD creation program.

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