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TMPGEnc 3.0 XPress



( TMPGEnc 3.0 XPress / TMPGEnc 2.5 Plus / TMPGEnc DVD Source Creator )


Input Video AVI*1 / DV type 2 (AVI) *1/ MPEG-1 / MPEG-2(ES,PS)*2 / MPEG-2 TS *6 /
.dvr-ms files (Windows XP Media Center) / Windows Media (WMV) *3 / QuickTime Movie *4
Audio linear PCM / MPEG-1 Audio Layer I,II / WAVE
Output Video MPEG-1 / MPEG-2(ES,PS) / AVI*1 / Windows Media (WMV)/
Audio Linear PCM / MPEG-1 Audio Layer I,II / WAVE /

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Wizard Mode

Video CD NTSC 352x240 29.97fps CBR
NTSC Film 352x240 23.976fps CBR
PAL 352x240 25fps CBR
SVCD NTSC 480x480 29.97fps CBR/VBR
NTSC Film 480x480 23.976fps CBR/VBR
PAL 480x576 25fps CBR/VBR
DVD NTSC 29.97fps 720x480/702x480/352x480/352x240 4:3/16:9
CBR/VBR 700 to 9000kbps ( Audio LinearPCM, 8000kbps)
PAL 25fps 720x576/352x576/352x288 4:3/16:9
CBR/VBR 700 to 9000kbps ( Audio LinearPCM, 8000kbps)
XDVD NTSC 29.97fps 720x480/702x480/352x480/352x240 4:3/16:9
VBR 350 to 9000kbps ( Audio LinearPCM, 8000kbps)
PAL 25fps 720x576/352x576/352x288 4:3/16:9
VBR 350 to 9000kbps ( Audio LinearPCM, 8000kbps)
MPEG-1 Manual setting
MPEG-2 (MP@ML) Manual setting
AVI(Depends on CODEC) Depends on Video CODEC
WAVE(Depends on Windows) Depends on Audio CODEC
Windows Media Video Refer to the specifications of Windows Media Video Encoder below.

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MPEG Video Encoder

Bitrate selection MPEG-1 Max. 15Mbps
MPEG-2 Max. 15Mbps
Output Resolution MPEG-1 Max. 4064x4064
MPEG-2 Max. 720x480(NTSC), 720x576(PAL)
Aspect Ratio 4:3 / 16:9
Frame rate 23.976 / 24 / 25 / 29.97 / 30 / 50 / 59.94 / 60fps
Encode Mode CBR / VBR(2PASS) / VBR(CQ)
VBV buffer size Automatic / VBV buffer size can be edited
Profile & Level MP@ML
Video Format Component / PAL / NTSC / SECAM / MAC / Unspecified
DC Component Precision 8 bit / 9 bit / 10 bit
Interlace Method Non-interlace/Interlace/3:2pulldown/reverse 3:2 pulldown
Motion Search Precision Can be selected(4 modes selectable)

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MPEG Option Setting

GOP (Group Of Picture) Structure can be edited
Bit stream output for editing Closed Prevent dependency with different GOP.
Scene change output I picture is inserted if scene change is found.
Quantize Matrix editing Quantize Matrix can be edited /Manual setting /Slide bar setting method
Soften Block Noise Soften block noise parameter can be edited
Insertion of Key frame Key frame can be inserted as I picture

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MPEG Audio Encoder

Output LinearPCM / MPEG-1 Audio LayerII / Dolby Digital* (AC-3) audio
*plug-in required
Bitrate LinearPCM: 1152kbps
MPEG-1 Audio Layer-II: 64 to 384kbps
Dolby Digital (AC-3): 112 to 448kbps
Sampling frequency (MP2&AC-3) 32 / 44.1 / 48 Khz (selectable) // 96 Khz (only LPCM)
Quantize bit value 16 bit / and also 20 and 24 bit for LPCM
Mode Mono/Stereo/Joint-stereo(MP2)

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Windows Media File (Video)Output setting

Video CODEC Windows Media Video 9
Encode mode CBR/VBR(1pass, 2pass)
Bitrate selection 0 to 50000kbps
Output Resolution 16x16 to 2048x2048
Frame rate 23.976/24/25/29.97/30/50/59.94/60 fps
Aspect Ratio 1:1/4:3/16:9/2.21:1

Windows Media File (Audio) output setting

Audio CODEC Windows Media Audio 9 (Professional Lossless)
Encode mode CBR/VBR(1pass, 2pass)
Sampling frequency 8khz to 96khz(Depends on CODEC)
Bit rate 8kbps to 768kbps(Depends on CODEC)
Channel 1ch to 7.1ch(Depends on CODEC)* 3ch and more only for WindowsXP
Quantize bit value 16bit/24bit

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Video Editing

Source range Can encode only selected area.
Cut-editing It is possible to cut out parts of the video when authoring the DVD-Video.
Insert I picture I picture (MPEG output)/ Key Frame (AVI output) can be set onto specified frame.
Invert telecine Converts movies such as 640x480, 720x480 with 30fps (60fields) to 24fps.
De-interlace De-interlaces line (horizontal line).
Clip frame Adjust clipping and resize setting.
Ghost erase Erases ghost.
Noise reduction Analyzes Noises elements, and reduce them
Sharpen edge Sharpens edge.
Color Correction Corrects color tones manually( by RGB, YUV, CMYK, HSV mode)
Size setting Image size can be changed. (4 modes and 5 patterns. )
Audio edit Audio 32bit floating process, noise reduction, volume normalize, fade in / fade out, and bilingual process.

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Other Features

Input DVD-VR/VIDEO files DVD-VR/VIDEO files created on a DVD recorder or self-authoring are supported as input files.
MPEG Tools Multiplexing 1 Video stream & 1 Audio stream
De-multiplexing 1 Video stream & 1 Audio stream
Sampling rate converter High quality sampling rate conversion . (8khz-96khz and high precision 32bit floating process)
XDVD(eXtended DVD)mode High compression encode mode enhancing from DVD-Video standard. Need to use "TMPGEnc DVD Author 1.5" for authoring in DVD-R.
Batch Encode 2 or more files can be encoded one after another
Bitrate Calculator Calculate the bitrate to use when encoding to CD & DVD.
Output Movie Preview Output Video and Audio can be previewed.
CPU priority CPU priority can be set. (Five priority level)
Process after encode Shut down, Stand by, Hibernate (Depends on machine/OS environment)

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*1 We only support uncompressed AVI and MS-DV Type2 format AVI. Since the ability to encode AVI files using other types of codec depends on the codec environment, we cannot guarantee that it works
For DV Type 1 format, please convert it to Type 2 using a DV converter. (Some companies distributes very good free DV converters. ) Type 1→2 conversion is generally a quick process.)
*2 Input: standard MPEG files and the ones made by the TMPGEnc series are supported, but files made from other sources might not be compatible. Please use your 14 days free trial to test whether your files are compatible. When using captured files, sound gaps often occur, so please use source files longer than one hour to test if such gaps occur.
*3 The file with protected WMV(ASF) file and Seekable attributed cannot be loaded.
*4 QuickTime Player6.5 or above is required
*5 In order to use "Input DVD-VR/VIDEO files" function, it is necessary to have a PC system that includes drive, device driver, etc. that corresponds to the object media. If the file cannot be copied in Windows, you cannot use this function. Whether or not your system will be able to read such files is determined by many different factors, and we are therefore unfortunately not able to answer any questions how to solve this.
The VRO files written below are different from the DVD-Video standard and cannot be used:
- VRO files with changing video bitrate such as Advanced VRO.
- Files with other resolutions than 720x480, 704x480, 352x480, or 352x240.
- Files where the audio format has not been standardized to LinearPCM, MPEG-1 Audio Layer2, or Dolby Digital (AC-3).
*6 Only videos recorded with Victor GR-HD1 camcorder are supported.
* For reading DVD-VR data, which correspond to the reading drive need to correspond to the media, like as UDF2.0 reader etc. If the environment of Windows cannot treat the file like the file copy etc. by a usual operation, this function cannot be used. Moreover, the copyright DVD cannot be reloaded.
* Sometime the file which a part of image has been damaged can not be recognized correctly.
* When the audio is something special format (VBR , ogg etc.), it will not be output.
* When using the audio need to be opened by 2 CODEC or more, from the 2nd clip will be not output.
* Product specifications are subject to change without prior notice.

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