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System Requirements

Minimum System Requirements
Computer IBM PC compatible
(Be sure to provide proper cooling when using a laptop computer)
Virtualized environments are not supported.
OS Windows 10 (32-bit / 64-bit versions)
Windows 8.1 (32-bit / 64-bit versions)
Windows 8 (32-bit / 64-bit versions)
Windows 7 (32-bit / 64-bit versions) (Home Premium / Professional / Ultimate);
Windows Vista SP1 (Home Basic / Home Premium / Business / Ultimate) *SP2 recommended;
Windows XP SP3 (Home / Pro / Media Center);
*Except for Windows 7 / 8/ 8.1 / 10, 64-bit versions of operating systems are not supported.
* Use of the product in a virtual desktop environment, virtual OS, virtual PC, or any other emulator environment is not supported.
CPU 2 GHz or higher
Recommended: Intel Pentium 4 2.0 GHz, AMD Athlon 64 / Opteron (With SSE2 support);
Other supported technology: Core 1, Dual Core, Quad Core, multiprocessor, Intel HT technology, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4;
*Provided the processor supports the SSE instruction set, other processor models are acceptable.
RAM 1 GB or higher (2 GB or higher including the memory page file);
*This software may not be usable with computers having only 1024 MB of available memory (ex: memory shared with the graphics card). In this case, increase the amount of memory. Refer to your computer's documentation and/or contact your computer vendor for more information regarding memory increases.
HDD space Installation: 600 MB;
10 GB or more for working space;
(Blu-ray editing requires at least 50 GB)
HDD format NTFS
*FAT32 formated volumes do not allow an output file size higher than 4 GB. Preferably, set the output to a NTFS formated volume. If your computer's internal or external hard disk drive is formated in FAT32 format, it may be possible to convert it into a NTFS volume. Refer to the hard disk drive documentation or contact the maker.
Screen resolution 1024×768 or higher (lower resolutions will prevent full view of the windows).
Supported Writing Drives Click here for a list of supported DVD and Blu-ray drives.
Other Software DirectX 9 or newer
Network Access to the Internet required for periodic online validation.
Recommended System Requirements for HD Projects
OS Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 64-bit
CPU Core 2 Duo / Quad 2.4 GHz or parallel processing-capable CPU
RAM 2 GB or higher (4 GB or higher including the memory page file);
Screen resolution 1920×1080 or higher
Video Card GeForce GT 240 with CUDA support or better.

Feature Specifications

Supported Input Formats
Video formats AVI (Uncompressed, or with the appropriate codec correctly installed) *1
MPEG-1 System Stream (.mpg, .mpv)*2 *3
MPEG-1 video Elementary Stream (.m1v)
MPEG-2 Program Stream (.mpg,.m2p)*3
MPEG-2 video Elementary Stream (.m2v)
MPEG-2 Transport Stream (.mpg,.ts,.m2t,.m2ts [HDV, AVCHD formats included])*3 *4
(MPEG YUV support limited to 4:2:0 format)
MPEG-4 AVC / H.264 (AVC) (.mp4)
*H.264/MVC 3D data support limited to the left channel

DVD-Video*5
DVD-VR*5
Windows Media file (.wmv, .asf)*6
Microsoft TV recording file (.dvr-ms, .wtv)*7
Everio video file (.mod)
HDV camera (Sony, JVC and Canon models supported)*8
QuickTime (.mov, .qt, .mp4 [ISO/H.264], .m4v, .3gp, .3g2, .amc)*9
DivX file (.divx, .avi [DivX format content])
WebM (.webm)
FLV (H.264)
MKV (.mkv)*
* MKV support limited to video and audio stream formats normally readable through the MPEG Reader
PV3 / PV4 video recording file (.dv)*10
DirectShow readable file*11
Media Foundation readable file*11
VFAPI readable file
Picture file (.bmp, .jpg, .jpeg, .psd, .png, .wmf, .emf, jpe, .rle, .dib .exif, .jfif, and can also import .gif, .wdp, .tiff, .tif, .ico, .icon in a WIC environment*)
* Windows XP requires the WIC installation.
TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5 project file (.tvmw5)*22
Picture Still picture (.bmp, .jpg, .jpeg, .psd, .png, .wmf, .emf, jpe, .rle, .dib .exif, .jfif).
*If Windows Imaging Component is installed, also supports the .gif, .wdp, .tiff, .tif, .ico, .icon formats. (Windows Imaging Component may not be installed by default in Windows XP, download and install it from the Microsoft Website.)
Audio formats MPEG-1 Audio Layer II (.mp2)*12
MPEG-1 Audio Layer III ( .mp3)*12
Dolby Digital (.ac3) *12
Dolby Digital Plus (.ec3 [E-AC-3])*13
Advanced Audio Coding (.aac)*14
WAV (.wav uncompressed, or with the appropriate CoDec correctly installed. Extensible format supported)
AVI (.avi) recognizable audio format*1
Windows Media file (.wma)*6
QuickTime file (.mov, .qt, .mp4, .m4a, .3gp, .3g2, .amc)*9
AIFF (.aif)
VFAPI readable file
DirectShow readable file*11
Supported Output Formats
Output Formats AVCHD (HDD / Memory, DVD, Progressive)
Blu-ray (BDMV)
DVD (DVD-Video)

MPEG Output Specifications

MPEG System Encoder
Output Format MPEG-1 System Stream (ISO / IEC 11172-1 standard)
MPEG-2 Program Stream (ISO / IEC 13818-1 standard)
MPEG-2 Transport Stream (ISO/IEC 13818-1)
MPEG Video Encoder
Output Format
MPEG-1 Video (ISO / IEC 11172-2 standard)
MPEG-2 Video (ISO / IEC 13818-2)
MPEG-4 AVC (ISO/IEC 14496-10)
Encoder Engine MPEG-1, MPEG-2: Original encoder;
MPEG-4 AVC: x264 encoder.
Aspect Ratio 1:1 / 4:3 / 16:9
Framerate Depends on the source
Bitrate Control Mode CBR / VBR (1 pass, 2 pass, transcode)*
Profile & Level MPEG-2: MP@ML, MP@HL
MPEG-4 AVC: Main Profile / High Profile, Level 3 / 3.1 / 3.2 / 4 / 4.1 / 4.2**
Video Format PAL / NTSC
VBV Buffer Size Depends on the Profile & level.
Performance MPEG-2: 4 levels with error correction***
MPEG-4 AVC: 7 levels***

* Transcode available only in MPEG-2 output. 1 pass available only when using the hardware encoder or in MPEG-4 AVC output. 2 pass and transcode are not available when using the hardware encoder.
** Level 4.2 available only in AVCHD Progressive.
*** When using the hardware encoder, only the "Normal" level is available.

MPEG Audio Encoder
Output Settings
Automatic (Minimum encoding)
Manual (Re-encode all)
Manual (Re-encode non-conforming video only or specific formats only)
Output Format
MPEG-1 Audio Layer II (ISO / IEC 11172-3 standard)
Dolby Digital*15
Linear PCM
Bitrate MP2 (stereo): 64/96/112/128/160/192/224/256/320/384 kbps
MP2 (monaural): 32/48/56/64/80/96/112/128/160/192 kbps
Dolby Digital (stereo): 128/160/192/224/256/320/384/448 kbps
Dolby Digital (monaural): 64/80/96/112/128/160/192/224/256 kbps
Dolby Digital (5 ch): 384/448/640 kbps*
Dolby Digital (5.1 ch): 384/448/640 kbps*
Linear PCM

- For DVD-Video
Linear PCM (stereo): 1536 (16/48)/1920 (20/48)/2304 (24/48)/
3072 (16/96)/3840 (20/96)/4608 (24/96) kbps
Linear PCM (monaural): 768 (16/48)/960 (20/48)/1152 (24/48)/
1536 (16/96)/1920 (20/96)/2304 (24/96) kbps

- For AVCHD / Blu-ray
Linear PCM (monaural/stereo): 1536 (16/48)/1920 (20/48)/
2304 (24/48)/3072 (16/96)/3840 (20/96)/4608 (24/96) kbps
Linear PCM (3 ch/4 ch): 768 (16/48)/960 (20/48)/1152 (24/48)/
1536 (16/96)/1920 (20/96)/2304 (24/96) kbps
Linear PCM (5 ch/5.1 ch): 4608 (16/48)/6912 (20/48)/6912 (20/48)/
9216 (16/96)/13824 (20/96)/13824 (24/96)/18432 (16/192)/27648 (20/192)/
27648 (24/192)
Linear PCM (7 ch/7.1 ch): 6144 (16/48)/9216 (20/48)/9216 (24/48)/
12288 (16/96)/18432 (20/96)/18432 (24/96)**
Sampling Rate 48 kHz / 96 kHz / 192 kHz***
Quantization 16 bit 20 / 24 bit (Linear PCM only)
Channel Mode MPEG-1 Audio: monaural / stereo / joint stereo
Dolby Digital: monaural / stereo / 5 ch / 5.1 ch
Linear PCM: monaural / stereo / 3 ch / 4 ch / 5 ch / 5.1 ch / 7 ch / 7.1 ch****

* 640 kbps is available only for AVCHD and Blu-ray formats.
** 7 ch / 7.1 ch are available only at 96 kHz and below.
*** 96 kHz / 192 kHz are available only in Linear PCM. 192 kHz is available only for AVCHD and Blu-ray formats.
**** DVD-Video supports only monaural and stereo.

DVD-Video Output
Output fileDVD-Video files structure compliant with the DVD-Video standard.
(IFO and VOB file)
MPEG format MPEG-1 MPEG-2
Bitrate mode CBR CBR / VBR
Display mode Progressive Progressive / interlaced
Playback 3:2 pulldown N/A Yes
Inverse 3:2 pulldown N/A Yes
Profile & Level N/A MP@ML
TV system NTSC / PAL NTSC / PAL
Resolution NTSC: 352×240
PAL: 352×288
NTSC: 720×480 / 704×480 / 352×480 / 352×240
PAL: 720×576 / 704×576 / 352×576 / 352×288
GOP length NTSC: 18 frames maximum
PAL: 15 frames maximum
or XDVD specs
NTSC: 18 frames maximum
PAL: 15 frames maximum
or XDVD specs
Aspect ratio 4:3 4:3 / 16:9
Framerate NTSC: 29.97 fps
PAL: 25 fps
NTSC: 29.97 fps
PAL: 25 fps
Maximum Bitrate 1850 kb/s (video only) /
9848 kb/s (video + audio)
9800 kb/s (video only) /
9848 kb/s (video + audio)
VBV buffer size 40 KB 224 KB
Audio format MPEG-1 Audio Layer II (.mp2)
Dolby Digital (.ac3 5.1 ch 448 kb/s)
Linear PCM (.wav uncompressed up to 24 bit 96 kHz)
Blu-ray Disc (BDMV) Output
Output fileBDMV folder (folders and files in the BDMV folder)
MPEG formatMPEG-2 / MPEG-4 AVC
Bitrate modeCBR / VBR
InterlaceInterlace / Playback 3:2 pulldown*
ProgressiveProgressive / Progressive (2:2 pulldown)*
Profile & LevelMPEG-2: MP@ML, MP@HL
MPEG-4 AVC: Main Profile / High Profile, Level 3 / 3.1 / 3.2 / 4 / 4.1
Colorspace NTSC: SD resolutions: SMPTE 170M / HD resolutions: ITU-R BT.709
PAL: SD resolutions: ITU-R BT.470-2 / HD resolutions: ITU-R BT.709
TV systemNTSC / PAL
Resolution720×480 (NTSC ) / 720×576 (PAL) / 1280×720 / 1440×1080 / 1920×1080
GOP lengthMPEG-2: 30 frames max. (NTSC) / 25 frames max. (PAL)
MPEG-4 AVC: 60 frames max. (NTSC) / 50 frames max. (PAL)**
Aspect ratio4:3 / 16:9
FramerateNTSC: 23.976 / 24 (1280×720 and higher) / 29.97 / 59.94 (1280×720 only) fps
PAL: 23.976 (1280×720 and higher) / 24 (1280×720 and higher) / 25 / 50 (1280×720 only) fps
Maximum System BitrateVideo + audio + subtitles: 40000 kbps max
Video: 40000 kbps max***
VBV buffer size0 to 3662 kB *Internal automatic setting
Audio formatDolby Digital (.ac3 up to 5.1ch)
Linear PCM (.wav uncompressed 24 bit 96 kHz, up to 24 bit / 192 kHz)
* The BDMV standard specifies 20 and 24 bit and channel number must have the same bitrate in group of two (ex.: 3 and 4 ch).

* Available setting's values depend on the selected encoder.
** The maximum value changes according to the bitrate and framerate.
*** The maximum value changes according to the profile and level.
# Recorded authoring in VC-1, Dolby Digital True HD, DTS, DTS HD, etc. is not supported.
# BD-J/Live is not supported.

AVCHD Output
Output Folder StructureAVCHD folder (folders and files in the AVCHD folder)
MPEG Format MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
Encoding Method CBR / VBR (1 pass, 2 pass)*
Interlace Interlace / Playback 3:2 pulldown**
Progressive Progressive / Progressive (2:2 pulldown)**
Profile & Level Main Profile / High Profile, Level3 / 3.1 / 3.2 / 4 / 4.1 / 4.2***
Video Standard NTSC / PAL
Supported Resolution 720×480 (NTSC) / 720×576 (PAL) / 1280×720 / 1440×1080 / 1920×1080
GOP Structure 60 frames max. (NTSC) / 50 frames max. (PAL)****
Display Aspect Ratio 4:3 / 16:9
Framerate NTSC: 23.976 / 24 (1280×720 and higher) / 29.97 / 59.94 (1280×720, Progressive only) fps
PAL: 23.976 (1280×720 and higher) / 24 (1280×720 and higher) / 25 / 50 (1280×720, Progressive only) fps
Clip Maximum Bitrate For hard disk, memory media playback: 23000 kbps*
For DVD media playback: 16500 kbps
For AVCHD Progressive device playback: 27000 kbps (when the track's video in 1080 50/60p)
Audio File FormatDolby Digital (.ac3 up to 5.1 ch)
Linear PCM (.wav uncompressed 24 bit 96 kHz, up to 24 bit / 192 kHz)
* The AVCHD standard specifies 20 and 24 bit and channel number must have the same bitrate in group of two (ex.: 3 and 4 ch).

* 2 pass not available for hardware encoder.
** Available setting's values depend on the selected encoder.
*** Level 4.2 available only in AVCHD Progressive.
**** The maximum value changes according to the bitrate and framerate.
# Cannot playback on an AVCHD HDD camcorder, only SD card.
# Cannot playback from Memory Stick media.

Edit and Processing Functions
Video Processing
Blu-ray Menu Editing Creates a complete menu for your Blu-ray (BDMV) project.
* Supports high definition and pop-up menus.
DVD Menu Editing Possibility to create a DVD menu screen.
AVCHD Menu Editing Possibility to create an AVCHD menu screen.
Source Range Specifies the part of the clip that will be outputted during the authoring process.
Fast Thumbnail Fast navigation within a clip during cut-edit and chaptering work.
File Linking Support*16 Uses the Smart Rendering engine to smoothly join together several video/audio files.
Undo/Redo Function Registers cut-edit, source range and chapter changes.
Playback Audio Volume Lets you set the audio playback volume in each clip editing/preview window.
Cut-edit Remove one or more parts of the clip.
Set Chapter Points Specifies the menu chapter entry points within the clip.
Chaptering Tool Automatically set several chapter entry points according to a specified interval, number or time.
Clip Splitter Allows you to split a clip into two or more independant clips.
XDVD Awareness Automatically changes the thumbnail display mode when importing XDVD type MPEG.
Fast Display Mode Accelerates the video preview rendering. (Windows Vista and later versions only. Acceleration in possible in Windows XP by using the overlay display mode)
Smart Scene Search Clicking on the middle mouse button activates the Smart Scene Search, moving the playhead to the closest scene change.
Scene Change Detection Detects any scene change within the re-encoded parts of the clip to output an I Picture.
Aspect Ratio Conversion Allows you to change the aspect ratio of the output.
Audio Processing
Noise Reduction Reduces the random noise from analog recordings.
Gap Correction Allows you to correct video/audio synchronization by the millisecond.
Time Tone Reduction Reduces the short range frequency time annonce tone added to the audio of a TV program.
Volume Change Changes the volume from 0 to 500% of the source volume.
Normalization Changes the volume so the highest audio level is equal or lower than 100% of the output.
Uniformization Uniformizes the volume based on the peak or average audio level.
Fade-in/out Applies an audio fading effect at the beginning and/or the end of the clip.
Multistream Capabilities Allows you to set up to four independant audio streams in Blu-ray (BDMV), DVD-Video and AVCHD formats.
Biligual Capabilities Allows you to extract the left (main language) or right (secondary language) part of an audio stream, or output both.
Audio Conversion High quality converters adapt the audio format to the selected Blu-ray (BDMV), DVD-Video or AVCHD output specifications.
Sampling Rate Conversion High precision 32 bit floating point audio processors can convert from and to any required sampling rate (32 / 44 / 48 / 96 / 192 kHz).
Other Functions
Proxy file editing support Helps to accelerate cut-editing high definition files by creating an intermediate, smaller version of the source. Offers five levels of picture quality and size (this has no effect on the output result).
MEG-2 transcoding output Allows you to adapt the MPEG-2 output size of the BD/DVD structure to an arbitrary one/two layer media capacity.
* Transcoding may not reach the specified target size depending on the video material.
* Does not occur on track with a size adjustment exclusion setting.
1-pass and 2-pass full encode Entirely converts non-compliant files to Blu-ray, DVD-Video or AVCHD standard.
2-pass full encode requires more processing time but allows you to get a picture quality and output size closer to the specified values.
2 pass is available when using the hardware encoder.
Smart rendering support Outputs using the Smart Rendering Engine for any MPEG file.
MPEG tool*17 Multiplexes or demultiplexes the video and audio content of MPEG files.
Transition effects Creates a transition effect between clips.
Slideshow editor Creates a slideshow with transition effects and music from still pictures.
Can sort the source pictures based on the file name or take date, add a transition effect between pictures.
Disc writing tool*18 Seamlessly write the authored output onto a DVD or BD media.
Color matte clip Creates a clip from a color, a gradation or a tiled picture.
Subtitles insertion support Adds player switchable subtitles.
Up to 8 subtitles streams in a DVD-Video or Blu-ray (BDMV) and up to 2 subtitles stream can be added in an AVCHD.
Clipboard support Take a capture of the video in the preview window and place it in the operating system clipboard for use in another application (BMP format).
Timecode corrected MPEG file input*19 Elimitates any audio gap by using the timecode correction data contained in certain MPEG files.
Keyframe importation Can save and load the keyframe data.
Supports keyframe file (.keyframe) outputted by TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress, TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5 and TMPGEnc MPEG Editor 1.0, 2.0 and 3.
TS importation and analysis When an MPEG-2 TS contains several streams, its content is analyzed and video, audio, subtitles (ISDB, DVB, Close Caption) data imported.
* Unsupported video and audio CoDec formats are not imported.
DV/HDV device capture support*20 Transfers and use the digital video data from a DV/HDV camcorder through an IEEE1394 (i.LINK) connection.
DVD-Video/VR importation5*5 Imports the video and chapter information from a non-protected DVD-Video or DVD-VR.
Media Center importation*8 Imports Microsoft TV recording file (.dvr-ms, .wtv) generated by Media Center.
Batch authoring tool*21 Registers several authoring or output works and automatically output them in a row.
Pegasys project file importation*22 Can add a TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5 (sold separately) project file as a clip.
Uses the Intel Media SDK 2.0 Decodes and encodes MPEG-4 AVC by using the Intel Media SDK
* Performs only in software mode when used with an Intel Media SDK non-compatible CPU.
* Does not function under a Windows XP environment. Usable under Windows Vista and later versions.
* Hardware processing requires an environment where a compatible CPU's (SandyBridge core) GPU is used.
* Decoding and encoding process through the Intel Media SDK requires setting both the MPEG decoder selector and encoder. If the CPU can be used for hardware processing, the Intel Media SDK Hardware option is usable.
* If the hardware encoder cannot be used, the software encoder is used instead.
Uses NVIDIA CUDA 3.1 Can use the NVIDIA CUDA to perform filtering calculation, MPEG-1/2 and MPEG-4 AVC decoding and MPEG-4 AVC encoding.
* Requires the installation of an NVIDIA CUDA compatible device and the NVIDIA 3.1 driver.
Jog shuttle support Key shortcut definitions in the clip cut-editor includes those used by a jog shuttle.
Simulation Lets you verify your Blu-ray (BDMV), DVD-Video or AVCHD project video, audio and subtitles through a complete player simulator.
CPU priority 5 CPU usage priority allocation levels from idle time only to full time process.
Final task Automatically shuts-down, goes into stand-by or hibernate mode when the output process is completed (available options depend on the machine and operating system).
News Center online notification Receives update information etc directly from Pegasys/TMPG Inc.

  1. The video YUV colorspace is interpolated to 4:4:4 with the Type-2 DV codec used by our company for the AVI input. Except for uncompressed AVI, AVI file input requires the codec corresponding to the format. Type-1 DV and other importations through DirectShow depends on the available environment. For this reason it is normal some AVI files are not readable. Audio may not be available in the second clip when no more than one instance of a codec cannot exist at a given time.
  2. MPEG-1 VBR (variable bitrate) file import is not supported.
  3. Depending of the settings and device used, an audio gap may appear in the captured movie data. Use the trial version to verify the quality of your capture system.
  4. Transport stream importation tested with sources generated by a JVC GR-HD1 and a SONY HDR-FX1/HC1.
  5. DVD-VR importation requires a media compatible drive and UDF 2.0 support. For standard Windows installation not able to copy or read UDF 2.0 format, such functions cannot be used. This application cannot process DVD-Video protected by a Copyright or anti-copy enforcement system such as CSS and CPRM.
  6. Windows Media file importation requires the Windows Media Technology is installed on the host computer. Data broadcasted live on the Internet is not supported.
    Files protected by the Windows Media Digital Copyright Management (DRM) are not supported.
    Files without a Seekable (cue) flag are not supported.
  7. Microsoft TV PVR file (*.dvr-ms) importation requires a patch for Windows XP SP1 you will find at the Microsoft Support Page (http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en;810243, * Internet access required).
    WTV file importation is possible on the computer used to record the file, or on computer able to create this type of file. Records copy-protected by a DRM scheme cannot be imported. Only WTV file containing MPEG-2, H.264/AVC video and MP2, AC3 or AAC audio can be imported.
  8. Some DV/HDV camcorder and IEEE1394 (i.LINK) connection compatibility issues may prevent a correct capture.
  9. QuickTime file importation requires QuickTime 7.1 or newer versions. (audio may not be correctly processed in case of multitrack audio source file)
  10. PV3/4 video recording file importation requires the Hearth Soft "AviUtl plug-in EARTH SOFT DV.aui Ver 2.4.4" correctly installed. Other versions than 2.4.4 do not function. Processing the audio part of a PV3/4 video recording requires the audio format is LPCM.
  11. Importations through DirectShow or MediaFoundation requires the format CODEC (playback software). Available CODECs may differ depending on the computer. For this reason it is normal some AVI files are not readable. Some specific formats (VBR, ogg etc) used may result in audio gap or may not be outputted. The MediaFoundation reader is available only in a Windows 7/ 8/ 8.1environment.
  12. VBR format not supported.
  13. AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) importation supports audio data source up to 5.1 channel.
  14. AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) importation supports audio data source up to 5.1 channel. AAC Smart Rendering is not supported. (The source can however be converted into Dolby Digital, Linear PCM or MP2.)
  15. Outputted Dolby Digital audio is for personnal, non commercial use only.
  16. File linking is not possible for MPEGs with different characteristics.
  17. The MPEG Tool supports the MPEG-1/2 files created by the TMPGEnc encoders.
    (MPEG files generated by a hardware encoder or other Companies' encoder may not be correctly processed.)
  18. Requires a writing capable disc drive.
  19. Audio gap and other issues may arise when the application is used in certain conditions. For this reason, we recommend you use the trial version to evaluate its performances before purchassing it. Partially damaged source file may not be imported at all.
  20. There is no analog capture or capture through USB functions.
  21. The batch authoring tool cannot output multiple projects at the same time, nor output while the TMPGEnc Authoring Works 5 main application is outputting.
  22. Supports project files created by TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5 Ver.5.2.0.62 or newer versions. A file created using a previous version cannot be added to the clip list.
    TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5 must be installed in the same environment than TMPGEnc Authoring Works 5.

Supplemental notice

  • Some VOB, VRO files recorded in DVD-Video/VR format may not be correctly processed. (always use the "From a DVD..." option of the Source Wizard).
  • Some MTS files recorded in Blu-ray (AVCHD, BDMV and AVCHD) may not be correctly processed due to the file's internal structure. Preferably use the Source Wizard to import the file.
  • Supports video files generated by the TMPGEnc series software encoder, most capture devices and DVD recorders. Depending on the settings and device used, an audio gap may appear in the captured movie data. Use the trial version to verify the quality of your capture system before purchasing the retail version. Partially damaged source files may not be imported at all. This application cannot process DVD-Video protected by a Copyright or anti-copy enforcement system such as CSS and CPRM.
  • DVD-Video and Blu-ray (BDMV) authored with this application are not usable as a master for duplication.
    Pegasys Inc. and TMPG, Inc. are not liable for any damage arising from the utilization of this product.
  • Product characteristics may change without prior notice.