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Supported Input Formats
Video Formats MPEG-1 System stream (.mpg, .mpeg, .mpv)*1 *2
MPEG-1 Elementary stream (.m1v)
MPEG-2 Program stream (.mpg, .mpeg, .m2p)*2
MPEG-2 Elementary stream (.m2v)
MPEG-2 Transport stream (.mpg, .ts,.m2t, .m2ts, .mts (HDV, AVCHD format included)*2 *3
H.264/AVC (.mp4, .m4v, .m4a, .mov, .264)
H.265/HEVC (.mp4, .hevc, .265)
VP8/VP9 (.webm)
DVD-Video*4
DVD-VR*4
Blu-ray (BDAV/BDMV) *Supported formats of video and audio are limited to this specification table. *5
AVCHD *5
PGMX (.pgmx, .mkv)
XAVC S (.mp4)
FLV (H.264)
MKV (.mkv) *Limited to video and audio stream formats normally readable through the MPEG Reader.
Microsoft TV recording file (.dvr-ms, .wtv) *6
Everio movie file (.mod)
MOV (H.264 + Linear PCM [CANON, Nikon model digital SLR camera generated data])
MXF (.mxf)

*MPEG-1 in 8-bit YUV 4:2:0 format only.
*MPEG-2 in 8-bit YUV 4:2:2 format only.
*H.264/AVC in up to 10-bit YUV 4:4:4 format only.
*H.264/MVC 3D data support limited to the left channel
*H.265/HEVC in up to 10-bit YUV 4:2:2 format only.

AVI (Uncompressed, or with the appropriate Codec correctly installed)*7
Quick Time (.mov, .qt, .mp4, m4a, m4v, .3gp, .3g2, .amc, .dv)*8
DivX file (.divx, .avi [DivX format content]))
Windows Media file(.wmv, .asf)*9
WebM (.webm)
Ogg (Theora .ogv, .ogx)
PV3 / PV4 video recording file (.dv)*10
Apple ProRes (4444 XQ, 4444, 422 HQ, 422, 422 LT, 422 Proxy)
Cinema Raw Light (.CRM)
DirectShow readable file*11
Microsoft Media Foundation ("Media Foundation" hereafter) readable file *11
VFAPI readable file
Picture file (.bmp, .jpg, .jpeg, .jp2, .j2c, .j2k, .jpc, .jpf, .jpx, .jpm, .psd, .png, .dpx, .tga, .sgi, .exr, .wmf, .emf, .dib, .rle, .gif, .ico, .icon, .jpe, .jfif, .exif, .tiff, .tif, .dng, .wdp, .jxr, .dds, .heic, .heif, .heics, .avcs, .heifs, .ARW, .CR2, .CRW, .ERF, .KDC, .MRW, .NEF, .NRW, .ORF, .PEF, .RAF, .RAW, .RW2, .RWL, .SR2, .SRW, .DNG)
ISO image file (.iso)*20
Audio Formats MPEG-1 Audio Layer II(.mp2)*12
MPEG-1 Audio Layer III (.mp3)*12
Dolby Digital (.ac3) *12 *13
Dolby Digital Plus (.ec3 (E-AC-3))*13
Advanced Audio Coding (.aac)*14
FLAC (.fla, .flac)
MKV (.mkv, .mka) *Normally readable through the MPEG Reader.
WAV (.wav uncompressed, or with the appropriate Codec correctly installed. Extensible format supported)
AVI (.avi) recognizable audio format*7
Windows Media file (.wma)*9
Ogg (Vorbis format .oga, .ogg)
Opus (.opus, .webm, .caf)
Quick Time file(.mov, .qt, .mp4, .m4a, .3gp, .3g2, .amc)*8
AIFF(.aif, aiff)
VFAPI readable file
DirectShow readable file *11
Media Foundation readable file*11
Supported Output Formats
Output Formats MPEG file for DVD-Video (NTSC/PAL (MP@ML))
MPEG file for DVD-Video (HDV-HD1, HDV-HD2)
MPEG file for AVCHD (NTSC/PAL(HDD/Memory, DVD, for Progressive))
MPEG file for Blu-ray (NTSC/PAL(BDAV, BDMV))
MPEG file for mobile device (PS Vita, iPhone 4 or later, iPhone5 or later, iPhone6s/6s plus or later, iPad 3rd gen or later, Generic Smartphones/Tablets)
MPEG file for YouTube (Standard/360 Video/VR Video, Supports 8K Resolution)
MPEG file for iV VIDEO*21

MPEG-1 (NTSC/PAL)
MPEG-2 (NTSC/PAL (MP@LL, MP@ML, MP@H-14, MP@HL, MP@HPL, HP@ML, HP@H-14, HP@HL, 422P@ML, 422P@HL))
H.264/AVC (NTSC/PAL (baseline, Main, High))
H.265/HEVC (Main)
MKV (Matroska) (Video: MPEG-1/2, H.264/AVC, H.265/HEVC, VP8, VP9,
Audio: MP2/MP3,MPEG-4 AAC, DolbyDigital, LinearPCM, FLAC, Opus, Vorbis)
WebM (.webm, Video: VP8, VP9, Audio: Opus, Vorbis)
FLV (H.264)
AVI (Depends on the installed codec)
Windows Media Video file (Depends on the version of Windows Media Technology)
QuickTime file (.mov) (QuickTime 7.7.6 or later version required)
DivX file (.divx, .avi)
XAVC S MP4 file (.mp4)
Ogg (.ogv, Video: Theora, Audio: Vorbis)
Sequential pictures file (BMP, JPEG, JPEG 2000, JPEG XR, PNG,DPX, OpenEXR, TIFF)
Animation image file (GIF, PNG)

Wave file (Depends of the installed codec,up tp Uncompressed 5.1ch)
MPEG Audio file (MPEG-1 Audio Layer II/III)
Dolby Digital file (1ch, 2ch (Stereo/Dual), 5ch, 5.1ch)
Windows Media Audio file (Depends on the version of Windows Media Technology)
AIFF file (Monaural / Stereo)
FLAC file
Opus file

MPEG Output Specifications

*Available settings and options for output formats may be limited by their specifications.
*Available settings and options may be partially different when using an MPEG encoder other than the Standard encoder.
MPEG System Encoder
System Stream 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 standard)
MPEG-4 (ISO/IEC 14496-12/14/15 standard)
Matroska (MKV)
FLV (H.264)
WebM
MPEG Video Encoder
Stream Format MPEG-1 Video (ISO / IEC 11172-2 standard)
MPEG-2 Video (ISO / IEC 13818-2 standard)
H.264/AVC (ISO/IEC 14496-10 standard)
H.265/HEVC (ISO/IEC 23008-2 standard)
VP8
VP9
Video Encoder MPEG-1/2, VP8, VP9: Standard encoder *15
H.264/AVC: x264 encoder *15
H.265/HEVC: x265 encoder *15
Aspect Ratio MPEG-1/2: 1:1/4:3/16:9/2.21:1 (MPEG-2 only)
H.264/AVC, H.265/HEVC, VP8, VP9: 1:1/4:3/16:9/2.21:1/12:11/10:11/16:11/40:33/
24:11/20:11/32:11/80:33/18:11/15:11/64:33/160:99/3:2/2:1/Custom
Framerate MPEG-1/2: 23.976/24/25/29.97/30/50/59.94/60 fps
H.264/AVC, H.265/HEVC, VP8, VP9: 1/2/3/4/5/6/8/10/12/12.5/14.985/15/20/
23.976/24/25/29.97/30/47.952/48/50/59.94/60/71.928/72/75/89.91/90/95.904
/96/100/119.88/120/191.81/192/200/239.76/240 fps
Bitrate Control Mode CBR (Constant bitrate)
VBR (2 pass average bitrate): MPEG-1/2: Standard encoder, H.264/AVC: x264, H.265/HEVC: x265
VBR (1 pass average bitrate): H.264/AVC: x264, H.265/HEVC: x265,
Intel Media SDK, NVENC
VBR (Constant quality)
VBR (Constant quantization): H.264/AVC: Intel Media SDK, NVENC, H.265/HEVC: NVENC, VP8, VP9
Lossless: VP9
Profile & Level MPEG-2:
MP@LL, MP@ML, MP@H-14, MP@HL, MP@HPL, HP@ML, HP@H-14, HP@HL, 422P@ML, 422P@HL
H.264/AVC:
Profile /Baseline, Main, High, High 10, High 422, High 444 Predictive, High 10 Intra, High 422 Intra, High 444 Intra*
Level /Automatic, 1, 1b, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2, 2.1, 2.2, 3, 3.1, 3.2, 4, 4.1, 4.2, 5, 5.1, 5.2, 6, 6.1, 6.2
* High 10 and higher are only available for the x264 encoder.
H.265/HEVC:
Profile /Main, Main 10, Main 422 10
Level /Automatic, 1, 2, 2.1, 3, 3.1, 4, 4.1, 5, 5.1, 5.2, 6, 6.1, 6.2
(High tier available between level 4 and 6.2 )*
VP9: 8bit/4:2:0, 8bit/4:2:2/4:4:4. 10/12bit/4:2:0, 10/12bit/4:2:2/4:4:4
VBV Buffer Size Automatic / Arbitrary (Depends on the Profile & level)
Entropy Coding CAVLC/CABAC
* H.265/HEVC supports only the CABAC
Scan Type Interlace / Progressive / Playback 3:2 pulldown / Inverse 3:2 pulldown / Progressive (2:2 pulldown)
* H.265/HEVC, VP8 and VP9 support Progressive only.
Field Order Top field first / Bottom field first
Performance MPEG-1/2 (Standard encoder): Somewhat Fast to Slow (4 steps)
H.264/AVC (x264): Fastest to Very Slow (7 steps)
H.265/HEVC (x265): UltraFast to Very Slow (9 steps)
VP8: Somewhat Fast to Somewhat Slow (3 steps)
VP9: Somewhat Fast to Somewhat Slow (3 steps)
Motion Search MPEG-1/2 (Standard encoder): 4 types with error correction
H.264/AVC(x264): 5 types
H.265/HEVC(x265): 5 types
* High tier allows setting a higher bitrate than that of the same level.

MPEG Audio Encoder
Stream Format Linear PCM
MPEG-1 Audio Layer II(ISO/IEC 11172-3 standard)
MPEG-1 Audio Layer III(ISO/IEC 11172-3 standard)
Dolby Digital (AC-3)*16
MPEG-2 AAC Main Profile/LowComplexity(LC)/HE-AAC/HE-AAC v2 (ISO/IEC 13818-7)
MPEG-4 AAC Main Profile/LowComplexity(LC)/HE-AAC/HE-AAC v2 (ISO/IEC 14496-3)
FLAC
Opus
Vorbis
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
MP3 (Stereo/Monaural): 32/40/48/56/64/80/96/112/128/160/192/224/256/320 kbps
Dolby Digital (Stereo, Dual Channel): 128/160/192/224/256/320/384/448 kbps
Dolby Digital (Monaural): 64/80/96/112/128/160/192/224/256 kbps
Dolby Digital (5ch, 5.1ch): 384/448/640 kbps
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
Linear PCM (MultiChannel)*: 4608 (16/48/5.1) /13824(24/96/5.1)/
36864(24/192/7.1ch) kbps
* The multi channel settings is available in the MPEG-2 Transport (HDMV/AVCHD) and the elementary output setting. The bitrate values described above are examples. The bitrate range will be changed between 48/96/192 kHz, monaural/stereo/3/4/5/5.1/7/7.1ch, 16/20/24/21/64 bit.
MPEG-2/4 AAC Main Profile/LowComplexity (LC): 12 (8kHz/mono) to 2880 kbps (96kHz/5.1ch)
MPEG-2/4 HE-AAC v2: 16 (32kHz/mono) to 288 (48kHz/5.1ch) kbps
MPEG-2/4 HE-AAC v2: 16 (32kHz) to 144 (48kHz) kbps
* Available values depend on the selected channels and sampling rate.
FLAC: undefined
Opus (Monaural): 8/16/32/64/128/160/192/224/256 kbps
Opus (Stereo): 16/32/64/128/192/256/320/384/448/512 kbps
Opus (3.1ch): 24/48/96/192/288/384/480/576/672/768 kbps
Opus (4ch): 32/64/128/256/384/512/640/768/896/1024 kbps
Opus (5ch): 40/80/160/320/480/640/800/960/1120/1280 kbps
Opus (5.1ch): 48/96/192/384/576/768/960/1152/1344/1536 kbps
Opus (7.1ch): 64/128/256/512/768/1024/1280/1536/1792/2048 kbps
Vorbis: 16 to 1904 kbps
* Available values depend on the selected channels and sampling rate.
Sampling Rate MP2/MP3/Dolby Digital:
32 kHz (.mp2,.ac3)/44.1 kHz (.mp2,.ac3)/48 kHz
MPEG-2/4 AAC Main Profile/LowComplexity(LC): 8/11.025/12/16/ 22.05/
24/32/44.1/48/64/88.2/96 kHz
MPEG-2/4 HE-AAC: 16/22.05/24/32/44.1/48/64/88.2/96 kHz
MPEG-2/4 HE-AAC v2: 16/22.05/24/32/44.1/48 kHz
Linear PCM: 8/11.025/12/16/22.05/24/32/44.1/48/64/88.2/96/128/176.4/192 kHz
*Available settings are different depending on the system stream format
FLAC: 8/16/22.05/24/32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
Opus: 8/12/16/24/48 kHz
Vorbis: 16/22.05/24/32/44.1/48 kHz
Quantization 16 bit, 20/24 bit (FLAC/Linear PCM), 32/64 bit Float(Linear PCM elementary), 32 bit Float (Opus/Vorbis)
Channel Mode Monaural / Stereo / Joint Stereo (MP2) / Dual Channel;
Dolby Digital / MPEG-2/4 AAC (LC): up to 5.1;
Linear PCM/FLAC/Opus/Vorbis: up to 7.1 (Linear PCM is only in ES/TS (HDMV)/AVCHD/MKV);
HE-AAC: Monaural / Stereo / 5.1;
HE-AAC v2: Stereo
* Multi channel will be down mixed depending on the output settings.
MPEG-1/2 Encoder Options
192 bytes Packet Output Allows setting the packet size to 192 bytes when outputting in MPEG-2 Transport Stream.
PID settings Allows setting the PMT, PCR, and PID of a video and audio streams.
* Available only when selecting the MPEG-2 TS container.
Encode keyframs as I frames Encodes as I frames at keyframe positions. It is possible to output the information file of the keyframe positions.
Color Profile Allows setting an arbitrary color profile. It is possible to set from the templates.
Video Format Automatic, Component, NTSC, PAL, SECAM, MAC, Unspecified
YUV Color Space Color Primaries: ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.470 System M,
ITU-R BT.470 System B, G, SMPTE 170M, SMPTE 240M

Transfer Characteristics: ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.470 System M, ITU-R BT.470 System B, G, SMPTE 170M, SMPTE 240M, Linear, Logarithmic 100:1,
Logarithimic 316.22777:1, IEC 61966-2-4 (xvyCC), ITU-R BT.1361

Matrix Coefficients:
ITU-R BT.709, FCC, ITU-R BT.470 System B, G, SMPTE 170M, SMPTE 240M, YCgCo

*Unavailable for MPEG-1
Half/full Pixel Motion Estimation Allows you to optimize the motion search up to the half pixel level.
DC Component Precision 8 / 9 / 10 bit
Blocknoise Softening Allows you to parametrically soften blocknoise during the encode processing.
* For the details of each parameter, please refer to each of the output settings pages.

H.264/AVC, H.265/HEVC Encoder Options
Output for streaming use For streaming playback; places the stream information in the file header instead of the trailer. Allows the player to start playback while still downloading the data.
*Available only for MP4 container
Data Container for Apple Portable Devices Allows setting the Baseline Low-Complexity profile flag in the file header data. This data may be required by some Apple portable devices.
*Available only for MP4 container
Encode keyframs as I frames Encodes as I frames at keyframe positions. It is possible to output the information file of the keyframe positions.
3D/VR Metadata Outputs a metadata which is necessary for the 3D/VR/360 video detection to view on VR devices or 360 degree video supported sites.
Color Profile Allows setting an arbitrary color profile. It is possible to set from the templates.
Video Format Automatic, Component, NTSC, PAL, SECAM, MAC, Unspecified
Color Space Color Primaries: ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.470 System M, ITU-R BT.470 System B, G, SMPTE 170M, SMPTE 240M, GenericFilm, ITU- R BT.2020, SMPTE ST 428-1, SMPTE RP 431-2 (DCI-P3 Theater), SMPTE EG 432-1 (DCI-P3 D65), EBU Tech. 3213-E

Transfer Characteristics: ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.470 System M, ITU-R BT.470 System B, G, SMPTE 170M, SMPTE 240M, Linear, Logarithmic 100:1, Logarithmic 316 22777:1, IEC 61966-2-4 (xvYCC), ITU-R BT.1361, IEC 61966-2-1 (sRGB/sYCC), ITU-R BT.2020, ITU-R BT.2100 PQ, SMPTE ST 428-1, ITU-R BT.2100 HLG

Matrix Coefficients: ITU-R BT.709, FCC, ITU-R BT.470 System B, G, SMPTE 170M, SMPTE 240M, YCgCo, ITU-R BT.2020 Non-Constant, SMPTE ST 2085, Chromaticity-Derived Non-Constant, ITU-R BT.2100 ICtCp, GBR(H.264/AVC High 4:4:4 only)
HDR Metadata Outputs metadata which is necessary for the HDR color detection. It is possible to output the information for the chromaticity coordinate or the max/min luminance of a mastering display.
192 bytes Packet Output Allows setting the packet size to 192 bytes when outputting in MPEG-2 Transport Stream.
Reference Frames Allows setting the number of reference frames.
Option to adjust stream structure for standards Allows adjusting the video stream to be compliant with Blu-ray Disc, AVCHD and XAVC S standards.
* It may not be possible to meet the standard even if this option is enabled. It is necessary setting other parameters to be compatible with the standard. Generally, we recommend using the MPEG file for Blu-ray, AVCHD and XAVC S templates.
* This option may not be used in other encoders than x264 encoder.
* Unavailable for H.265/HEVC format.
* For the details of each parameters, please refer to each of the output settings pages.

GOP Structure
Content Allows setting the maximum number of reference-frames, the number of B-frames, the normal number of frames, and the minimum number of frames within a GOP.
Bitstream Output for Editing Closed GOP: Removes references between GOPs.
Open GOP: Starts a GOP from a B frame that is referred from another GOP.
Sequence Header Output Allows including video characteristics in the sequence header of each GOP.
Scene Change Detection Automatically inserts an I-frame when a scene change is detected. It also allows setting the sensitivity.
* Available settings are different depending on the encoder.

Other
Chapter Addition Allows outputting the keyframes as chapter entry points in a MP4 or MKV container.
(A chapter name can be set by right-clicking on the keyframe in the list.)
* QuickTime player may not display text other than the supported language.
Metadata Addition Allows adding "Title", "Artist", "Copyright" and "Comment" metadata in a MP4 or MKV container.
* Viewing metadata requires a compatible player.
Thumbnail Picture Creation Allows creating a thumbnail picture (JPEG), usable for portable devices, etc., from a header frame or a specified first keyframe.

WebM File Output Specifications
Codec Video: VP8/VP9
Audio: Opus/Vorbis
Container Type WebM
Resolution 2 x 2 to 8192 x 8192
Aspect Ratio 1:1/4:3/16:9/2.21:1/12:11/10:11/16:11/40:33/24:11/20:11/32:11/80:33
/18:11/15:11/64:33/160:99/3:2/2:1/Custom
Framerate 1/2/3/4/5/6/7.5/8/10/12/12.5/14.985/15/19.98/20/23.976/24/25/29.97
/30/47.952
/48/50/59.94/60/71.928/72/75/89.91/90/95.904/96/100/119.88/120/191.81
/192/200/239.76/240 fps
Bitrate Control Mode CBR (Constant bitrate)
VBR (Average bitrate/Constant quality/Constant quantization)
Lossless *VP9 only
Scan Type Progressive
Performance Somewhat Fast to Somewhat Slow (3 steps)
Audio Sampling Rate:
Opus: 8/12/16/24/48 kHz
Vorbis: 16/22.05/24/32/44.1/48 kHz
Channel Mode: Monaural/Stereo/3ch/4ch/5ch/5.1ch/7.1ch
Bitrate: 16 kbps to 2048 kbps*
GOP Structure Allows editing the GOP structure, the number of frames.
Bitstream Output for Editing: Makes each GOP forms an independent unit from the previous one, preventing reference between GOPs.
Color Profile Allows setting an arbitrary color profile. It is possible to set from the templates.
HDR Metadata: Outputs metadata which is necessary for the HDR color detection. It is possible to output the information for the chromaticity coordinate or the max/min luminance of a mastering display.
Other Chapter Addition: Allows outputting the keyframes as chapter entry points.
(A chapter name can be set by right-clicking on the keyframe in the list.)
Metadata Addition: Allows adding "Title", "Artist", "Copyright" and "Comment" metadata.
* Viewing metadata requires a compatible player.
Thumbnail Picture Creation: Allows creating a thumbnail picture (JPEG), usable for portable devices, etc., from a header frame or a specified first keyframe.
* Available values depend on the selected channels and sampling rate.

FLV File Output Specifications
Container Type FLV File Format
Format Video: H.264/AVC
Audio: MPEG-4 AAC Low Complexity (LC)/HE-AAC/HE-AAC v2 (Please refer to the MPEG audio encoder table).
Profile & Level Profile / Baseline, Main, High
Level / Automatic, 1, 1b, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2, 2.1, 2.2, 3, 3.1, 3.2, 4, 4.1, 4.2, 5, 5.1
Resolution 48 x 48 to 4096 x 2304
Aspect Ratio Pixel aspect ratio 1:1
Framerate 1/2/3/4/5/6/8/10/12/12.5/14.985/15/20/23.976/24/25/29.97/30/47.952/48/50
/59.94/60 fps
Bitrate Control Mode* CBR (Constant bitrate)
VBR (2 pass average bitrate)
VBR (1 pass average bitrate)
VBR (Constant quality)
VBR (Constant quantization)
Scan Type Interlace / Progressive / Playback 3:2 pulldown / Progressive (2:2 pulldown).
VBV Buffer Size Automatic / Arbitrary (Depends on the Profile & level).
Entropy Coding CAVLC / CABAC
Performance x264: Very Slow to fastest (7 steps)
Intel Media SDK: Very Slow to fastest (7 steps)
NVENC: Unavailable
Amd Media SDK: Somewhat Fast to Somewhat Slow (3 steps)
GOP Structure* Allows setting the maximum number of reference-frames, the number of B-frames, the normal number of frames, and the minimum number of frames within a GOP.
Bitstream Output for Editing* Closed GOP: Removes references between GOPs.
Open GOP: Starts a GOP from a B frame that is referred from another GOP.
Scene Change Detection Automatically inserts an I-frame when a scene change is detected. It also allows setting the sensitivity.
Color Profile Allows setting an arbitrary color profile. It is possible to set from the templates.
HDR Metadata: Outputs metadata which is necessary for the HDR color detection. It is possible to output the information for the chromaticity coordinate or the max/min luminance of a mastering display.
Other Metadata Addition: Allows adding "Title", "Artist" and "Copyright" metadata.
* Viewing metadata requires a compatible player.
Thumbnail Picture Creation: Allows creating a thumbnail picture (JPEG), usable for portable devices, etc., from a header frame or a specified first keyframe.
* Available settings are different depending on the encoder.

AVI File Output Specifications
DivX File Output Specifications
Codec Video: Windows Installed Codec (VCM)
Audio: Windows Installed Codec (VCM)
Container Type AVI 1.0 / AVI 2.0 (Auto detection)
Resolution 8 x 8 to 8192 x 8192
Framerate 1/2/3/4/5/6/7.5/8/10/12/12.5/14.985/15/19.98/20/23.976/24/25/29.97/30/47.952
/48/50/59.94/60/71.928/72/75/89.91/90/95.904/96/100/119.88 fps
* Possibility setting the interlace mode in 25/29.97/30 (depends on the codec).
Bitrate Allows setting the bitrate depending on the codec.
Settings Allows setting the options depending on the codec.
Alpha Channel Allows including the alpha channel in case the codec (uncompressed RGBA32bit, etc..) can handle it.
Audio Allows setting the values depending on the codec.
In the case of an uncompressed PCM, it is possible to set up to 7.1 surround, 192 KHz and 64-bit (float).
Color Profile Allows setting an arbitrary color profile.
Other Metadata Addition: Allows adding "Title", "Artist", "Copyright" and "Comment" metadata.
* Viewing metadata requires a compatible player.

Windows Media File Output Specifications

Windows Media File Video Output Options
Video Codec Windows Media Video V7
Windows Media Video V8
Windows Media Video 9
Windows Media Video 9 Advanced Profile
* Availability depends on the installed Windows Media Technology. Windows Media 7 and later versions do not provide some of the options found in Windows Media 9.
Bitrate Control Mode CBR/VBR CBR / VBR (each 1 pass, 2 pass)
Resolution 32 x 32 to 4096 x 4096
Framerate 1/2/3/4/5/6/7.5/8/10/12/12.5/14.985/15/19.98/20/23.976/24/25/29.97/30/47.952
/48/50/59.94/60/71.928/72/75/89.91/90/95.904/96/100/119.88/120/191.81/192
/200/239.76/240 fps
* Allows setting the interlace mode in 25/29.97/30.
Aspect Ratio 1:1/4:3/16:9/2.21:1/10:11/40:33/12:11/16:11/Custom
Data Rate 1 kbps to 51.2 Mbps
Other Marker registration function, performance setting, picture quality setting.
Metadata Addition: Allows adding "Title", "Artist", "Copyright" and "Comment" metadata.
* Viewing metadata requires a compatible player.
Windows Media File Audio Output Options
Audio Codec Windows Media Audio 9/10 (Professional /Lossless)
* Availability depends on the installed Windows Media Technology.
Bitrate Control Mode CBR / VBR (each 1 pass, 2 pass)
Sampling Rate 8khz to 96khz
* Availability depends on the installed audio codec.
Data Rate 8 kbps to 768 kbps
* Availability depends on the installed audio codec.
Channel Mode 1ch to 7.1ch
* Availability depends on the installed audio codec.
Quantization 16-bit/24-bit
* Availability depends on the installed audio codec.
QuickTime File Output Specifications *
Codec Video: Selectable codecs in QuickTime
Audio: Selectable codecs in the QuickTime
Container Type MOV
Resolution 32 x 32 to 4096 x 4096 **
Framerate 1/2/3/4/5/6/7.5/8/10/12/12.5/14.985/15/19.98/20/23.976/24/25/29.97/30/47.952
/48/50/59.94/60/71.928/72/75/89.91/90/95.904/96/100/119.88/120/191.81/192
/200/239.76/240 fps
* yPossibility setting the interlace mode in 25/29.97/30 (depends on the codec).
Bitrate Allows setting the bitrate depending on the codec.
Audio Allows setting the values depending on the codec.
* QuickTime 7.7.6 or later version required
**Available values depend on the codec.

DivX File Output Specifications
Format Video: DivX 6
Audio: MPEG-1 Audio Layer III (Please refer to the MPEG audio encoder table)
AVI Container Type AVI 1.0/ AVI 2.0 (OpenDML format)
Aspect Ratio 1:1/4:3/16:9
Framerate 1/2/3/4/5/6/7.5/8/10/12/12.5/14.985/15/19.98/20/23.976/24/25/29.97/30
/50/59.94/60 fps
Bitrate Control Mode 1 pass CBR / 1 pass Constant Quality / Multipass (up to 4 passes)
Profile QMobile, Mobile, Home Theater, HD 720p, HD 1080p
Level Low Level, Medium Level, High Level
Performance picture quality prioritization to encode speed prioritization (6 steps)
Bi-directional Encoding Adaptive single consecutive / Adaptive multiple consecutive
Denoise Strength Strongest to Week, None (5 steps)
Quantization Type H.263 / H.263 (optimized), MPEG
Psychovisual Enhancement Shaping / Masking
Other GMC, quarter-pixel motion search.
* Available settings and options may be partially different depending on the selected Profile.
* By default, a DivX file outputs in segments of 1950 MB. File segment size can be set from 4 to 4032 MB. Some DivX enabled players may not support a DivX file larger than 2 GB.
A DivX file in HD 1080p profile can only be output in the AVI 2.0 (OpenDML) container type.
* Some DivX enabled players may not support HD 1080p profile in an AVI 2.0 (OpenDML) container type.

XAVC S MP4 File Output Specifications
Codec Video: H.264/AVC
Audio: Linear PCM
Container Type MP4
Profile & Level Main/High, Level 4 to 5.2
Resolution 1280 x 720, 1440 x 1080, 1920 x 1080, 3840 x 2160 *
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Framerate 23.976/25/29.97/50/59.94/100/119.88 fps *
Scan Type Progressive
Bitrate Control Mode VBR (1 or 2 pass average bitrate)
Entropy Coding CAVLC/CABAC
Performance Fastest to Very Slow (7 steps)
Number of Frames in a GOP 1 to 600 frames **
Audio Linear PCM: 48 kHz Stereo 16-bit 1536 kbps
Color Profile Allows setting an arbitrary color profile.
* Available settings are different depending on the selected profile and level.
** Maximum number is up to the amount within 5 sec (120 frames /23.976 fps, 600 frames/119388 fps).

Ogg File Output Specifications
Codec Video: Theora
Audio: Vorbis
Container Type OGG
Resolution 16 x 16 to 4096 x 4096
Framerate 1/2/3/4/5/6/7.5/8/10/12/12.5/14.985/15/19.98/20/23.976/24/25/29.97/30/47.952
/48/50/59.94/60/71.928/72/75/89.91/90/95.904/96/100/119.88/120/191.81/192
/200/239.76/240 fps
Bitrate 64 kbps to 100 Mps
Quality Base Encoding Allows setting the value between 0 and 63.
* The bitrate value cannot be set when selecting the quality base encoding.
Keyframe Interval 1 to 8192 frames
Audio Sampling Rate: 16/22.05/24/32/44.1/48 kHz
Channel Mode: Monaural/Stereo /3ch/4ch/5ch/5.1ch /7.1ch
Bitrate: 16 kbps to 640 kbps *
* Available values depend on the selected channels and sampling rate.



Other Editing and Processing Features

Editing and Processing Capabilities
Timeline Editing
Source Monitor Allows viewing an original source movie/picture apart from the Timeline preview which reflects the result of current editing or filtering.
Layer Addition Allows adding up to 32 video or audio layers, and 32 filter layers.
Sub-Timeline Allows setting multiple clips as a group while keeping its layer structure.
Crop Mode Function Allows cropping (trimming) a video clip in the preview.
Snap Function Helps you to snap handles or clips when cropping or resizing, etc. Also, it helps you to snap the header and end of a clip or filter item which is placed in another layer, and can also snaps to the Timeline Seekbar line.
Keyboard Control for Items in Preview Allows moving, rotating and cropping items on the preview with keyboard control operation.
In and Out Points Allows selecting the specific range, and setting the range to cut and copy, and setting as an output range.
Title Function Allows you to add titles as clips together with the decorations such as shadow, blur and bevel. Also, you can use them with the animation and transparent effects to improve your own video production.
Supports Karaoke Wipe Effects which varies the text effects with the lapse of time.
Animated Text Allows adding animation effects to the starting or ending position of a text.
It is possible to select from more than 100 patterns for the animation. You can also set the movement of the animation.
Narration Recording Allows the recording of your narration directly while playing the preview with a microphone connected to your PC. * A microphone is required separately.
Subtitles Filter Allows adding subtitles with scroll and fade-in/out effects and also ruby texts in the timeline.
Color Correction Filter Allows adding the ranges to correct or adjust the picture color, which are luminance, contrast, chroma and others, in the timeline.
Blur Filter Allows adding the ranges to blur the picture in the timeline. (It is possible to adjust the strength in both the vertical or horizontal direction.)
Soft Focus Filter Allows adding the ranges to apply a soften blur around each object that makes the picture more gentle and soft in the timeline.
Glow Filter Allows adding the ranges to apply a glow around each object with a soften blur on the picture in the timeline.
Mask Filter Allows setting the target layer, active range, size, position, and type of a mosaic, blur, or color mask over a video clip at the specific time. The mask can be positioned with the mouse cursor during playback or can be automatically positioned by tracking a specified target object.
Paint Filter Allows adding a freehand painting image in the timeline by drawing on the preview. Also allows you to specify the color and the thickness.
Audio Volume Filter Allows changing the audio volume at a specific time in the timeline.
Audio Compressor Filter Allows applying the audio compressor at a specific time to the timeline audio.
Video Clip Transform and Animation Allows animating of each video clip by setting keypoints in the timeline, and controlling the picture width, height, position, rotation and opacity.
Video Clip Rotation/Resize Allows rotation or resizing of the video clip.
Video Clip Decorations Allows setting the border, shadow, opacity, etc. to the video clips.
Transition and Fade-in/out Allows setting a transition effect between video clips within the same layer, or setting a fade-in or fade-out effect. You can also set an easing effect which accelerates or varies an animation.
Time Remap Allows changing the speed freely as fast, slow and reverse at each key point of a clip.
Pre-Installed Assets Implements pre-installed asset files which can be utilized for a title background, etc.
By combining the asset with text, you can easily create a title for a video without other materials.
Audio Volume Control Allows you to linearly control the audio volume between the set keypoints.
Preview/
Properties Panel Undocking
Allows you to undock (floating) the Preview and Properties (Explorer/Assets) panels. Each panel can be minimized.
Project File Importation Allows adding a saved timeline project file as a clip while keeping its layer structure as a sub-timeline.
Video Editing
Cut-Editing Allows you to arbitrarily cut segments of the source and output only what remains.
Source Range Allows you to specify an arbitrary start and end frame within the source video.
Fast Navigation Allows you to use the fast navigation functions to rapidly cut-edit the source.
Undo / Redo Allows you to undo and redo for the cut editing, range selection, keyframe settings, the filter editing, etc.
Playback Volume Allows setting a playback audio volume in the Cut-edit and Output preview windows, independently from the actual outputted audio volume.
Audio Scrubbing Plays the source audio while seeking a clip with the seek bar.
Keyframe Marking Allows you to arbitrarily mark frames within the source as keyframes. Keyframes can be converted into split points.
Fast keyframe addition Allows you to automatically set several keyframes according to a specified interval, number or time.
Chapter Name Containing Allows you to contain the name of chapters at each keyframe point in a MP4 or MKV container.
(A chapter name can be set by right-clicking on the keyframe in the list.)
* The chapter name addition requires a supported player.
* When you use the function on the QuickTime player, the output file extension must be ".m4v".
Clip Splitting Allows you to arbitrarily set split points within the source, segmenting one clip into several new independent clips.
Auto Adjustable Thumbnail Interval Adjusts automatically to display the appropriate thumbnail interval for the fast thumbnail depending on the source file.
Smart Scene Search Clicking on the middle mouse button activates the Smart scene search, moving the playhead to the closest scene change.
Guide Lines Allows displaying of 2 split to 16 split grid lines in addition to the output area and TV safe size.
Audio Level Meter Displays the audio volume and channel structure of the clip. Also Allows you to toggle the direction between horizontal and vertical, and to set the peak hold time.
Panel Display Mode Allows you to hide the thumbnails, keyframe list, seek bar, audio wave, level meter and the control panels which you don't need in order to increase the preview viewing area.
Clip Grouping Allows grouping multiple clips; you can move, copy or remove multiple clips as one clip.
Video Filters
24 fps Converter Converts 480i, 1080i, etc. interlaced video (29.97 fps - 60 fields video) into 24 fps. (Motion prioritized or Comb denoise prioritized)
Deinterlace Converts an interlaced video into progressive. (It is possible to limit the filter effect only to the necessary parts of the video)
Picture Crop Crops the picture. (Allows you to add borders to keep the original picture size)
Video Denoise Extracts and reduces the noise component of the video. (It is possible to analyze up to 3 frames around the base frame when in temporal mode)
Contour Enhances the contours of the picture.
Color Correction Corrects or adjusts the colors. (Functions in RGB, YUV, CMYK, HSV colorspaces and 3-Way controls)
Picture Resize Changes the picture size. (Provides 5 types and 6 resize patterns)
Speed Changes the video speed independently from the framerate. Can also reverse the source playback. (Supports video Interpolation)
Picture Rotation Rotates the picture by 90 degree increments, or mirrors it vertically or horizontally.
Anti-Flicker Reduces the flickering effect occurring in interlaced video when viewed on a TV.
Precision Video Denoise Extracts and reduces the noise component of the video by using a high-precision algorithm. This filter has the specificity to lessen the generation of Mach bands in gradations.
Sharpness Creates a sharpness mask by detecting contours within the picture and then trimming as a bright color, increasing the details.
Smart Sharpness Creates a sharpness mask by detecting contours within the picture and then applies it as needed (smartly), increasing the details only where it should be relevant.
Stabilizer Corrects video image shake caused by shaky hands or other causes while shooting.
* Applies the filter effect by analyzing after setting.
Lens Correction Corrects lens distortion caused by shooting with a wide angle or fisheye lens, or other reasons.
Color Phase Correction Corrects a shift between the Y and U or V components of the video.
Perspective Correction This filter allows you to correct a picture or video which was shot from the wrong angle. For instance, a shot from a diagonal direction can be corrected to a shot from the front, or the trapezoidal distortion of a low angle shot can also be corrected.
Panorama Expand This filter allows you to expand a 360 degree spherical panoramic picture or video, and can export a normalized video that anyone can playback on a common player. (Supports viewpoint changing by using the key points)
Video Fade-in/Fade-out Fades-in and/or fades-out the video from or to a specified color.
Blur Blurs the entire picture. (It is possible to adjust the strength in both the vertical or horizontal direction.)
Mosaic Transforms the entire picture into a mosaic of a specified tile size.
Mask Overlays on the video a mosaic, blur, or color mask in the specified active range, size and position. The mask can be positioned with the mouse cursor during playback or can be automatic positioned with tracking a specified target object.
Glow Adds a glow around each object with a soften blur on the picture, which makes the picture more fantastic and luxuriant.
Soft Focus Adds a soften blur around each object that makes the picture more gentle and soft.
Vintage Film Transforms the picture to simulate degradation such as those found in old films or analog broadcast TV programs.
Glitch Noise Adds noises or block noises like damaged, image disturbance or distortion caused by signal delay.
Diorama Adds a specific blur range to the video, which gives the effect of viewing a miniature.
Using this filter with a video overlooking a scene is most effective.
Subtitles Allows adding subtitles at the specified time and positions. This function also supports picture and QR code subtitles, tag templates which can be added a tag easily.
Paint Adds a freehand painting image to the timeline by drawing on the preview. Allows you to specify the color and the thickness.
Frame Blend Blends frames and the specified brightness with the current frame, which gives the object a flowing look in the video.
Chroma Key Makes the background color transparent or grey scale by specifying a key color (commonly Green or Blue). Common use is to compose with another video.
Timelapse Adds the effect that plays back a clip faster as an interval shooting clip, which for example, can condense a video of stars moving or flowers growing.
Frame Interpolation Increases the number of frames and duration, simultaneously interpolates between frames, which then makes smooth video images. This filter can also be used for creating a pseudo slow motion movie.
Audio Processing
Audio Denoise Extracts and reduces the amount of analog audio noise or recording white noise or reduces a specific frequency.
Audio Compressor Reduces and arranges variance in sound volume or adjusts lingering sound or strength.
Volume Adjustment Reduces or amplifies the audio on all channels, within a 0 to 500% range.
Volume Normalization Changes the volume so the highest audio level is equal to or lower than 100% of the output.
Volume Uniformization Uniformizes the audio on all channels based on the peak or average volume.
Bilingual Allows you to output the left (main language) or right (secondary language) part of an audio stream, or output both.
Audio Fade-in/out Applies an audio fading effect at the beginning and/or the end of the clip.
Audio Pitch Shift Allows you to change the audio pitch within the range between -24 to 24 (4 octave).
*1 = a half octave
Retro Sound Allows you to add a hiss noise or click noise to make the sound have a retro atmosphere.
Karaoke (only for stereo) Creates karaoke audio by reducing the singer's voice.
VST Plug-in Support Allows you to use your VST plug-in settings in the audio filter.
* VST plug-in application is required.
* VST 3 series / VSTi (Synthesizer type) / VST MIDI are not supported.
High-Precision Floating Point Processing Allows any source sampling rate to be converted into an arbitrary output sampling rate using high-precision 32-bit floating point processing. If a source audio has 64-bit floating point and any filtering is not applied, uses high-precision 64-bit floating point processing. * MPEG Linear PCM elementary output only.
Audio Gap Corrects an audio shift between the video and audio. You can arbitrarily shift the audio with millisecond precision.
Audio Converter Function When the source and output are different formats, first converts the audio in a high quality, internal format before sending it to the encoder.
Other Functions
Quick Properties/File History/Color Management Displays the panels for an overview of a selected clip, the file importation history, and the working color space settings.
* The color management for the timeline mode is performed in the [Timeline Format Settings].
Asset File Function Allows you to register an edited clip as an asset that is capable of being used anytime as is.
* The asset file that includes a removed source file cannot be loaded.
DVD-Video, DVD-VR content importation *4 Capable of importing the content of a DVD-Video or DVD-VR, including chapter information, etc.
Blu-ray (AVCHD/BDAV/BDMV) Importation *5 Allows you to import AVCHD, BDAV or BDMV by using the Blu-ray standard playlist. Provides subtitle and audio selection.
* Supported codecs: Video MPEG-2 / H.264/AVC ; Audio Dolby Digital / MPEG-2 AAC (BDAV only) / Linear PCM.
* Menus and unsupported video or audio codec content are not imported.
ISO image file importation *20 Supports directly importing ISO image files (authoring data of DVD-Video / Blu-ray / AVCHD only).
TS/PGMX/MXF Importation and Analysis When an MPEG-2 TS, PGMX or MXF contains several streams, its content is analyzed, then video, audio and subtitles (ISDB/DVB/Closed Captions/Plain Text only) data can be selectively imported.
* Unsupported video and audio CoDec formats are not imported.
Media Center Importation *6 Imports Microsoft TV recording files (.dvr-ms, .wtv) generated by Media Center.
Color Clip Allows you to create a color matte, gradient, pattern or QR code clip from a video generator using parameters or pictures.
Capture from the Supported I/O Board Supports capturing the video and audio from the bluefish444 Epoch 4K Supernova / Epoch 4K Supernova S+.
* requires an environment where the supported I/O board and the driver have been connected correctly to your current PC.
Canon Cinema Raw Light File Input Support Supports importation of the Canon Cinema Raw Light file which is adopted in Canon CINEMA EOS series.
Apple ProRes Import Support Supports direct importation of the Apple ProRes video streams.
Timecode Corrected MPEG File Input *19 Eliminates any audio gap by using the timecode correction data contained in certain MPEG files.
Keyframe File Importation Allows you to import and export the keyframe information. Supports keyframe files (*.keyframe) generated by TMPGEnc series.
Proxy Editing File *17 Allows you to create a lighter, more manageable version of a high definition source file used for display purposes during project editing. The original source file is used only at the encode processing stage. Provides 5 quality/size levels (does not reflect output files).
Transition Effects Creates a transition effect between clips. Also, you can set an easing effect which accelerates or varies an animation.
Slideshow Creation Creates a slideshow with transition effects and music from still pictures.
Can sort the source pictures based on the file name or date taken; can add a transition effect between pictures.
Metadata Insertion Allows you to insert metadata to the subtitles such as date and time, manufacturer or source time, etc., from the current clip.
Current Frame Information Display Displays the frame number and the time of the current position in the Preview area. Displaying of this function is switchable.
Timecode Display Support Supports editing by displaying the Timecode.
Preview Color Settings Supports HDR (High Dynamic Range) display for preview. This function also supports adjusting the RGB gain strength. The output preview further supports displaying Raw color which does not reflect the color space settings.
Video Capture Saving Copies to the clipboard or saves the picture in the preview to a picture file (BMP, JPG, PNG, OpenEXR or JPEG XR format).
Filter Template Saving Allows saving the current filter setting as a template, and importing.
Player Control Buttons Customization Support. Allows selecting to enable/disable or set the position of the player control buttons.
* Actual availability of the buttons is different depending on the window functions.
Output Clip Selecting Function (Normal mode only) Allows selecting which clips will be outputted from the clips list in the Edit stage.
* Clips set to OFF will not be outputted.
Output Setting Template Saving Allows saving the current filter setting as a template, and importing. It is also possible to set the current output setting to the default settings.
Project Archiving Allows you to save the current project as an archive file with the related source files. You can use the archive file everywhere without depending on the paths of the source files.
Project Recovering Saves project restoration information periodically, then recovers a project when an unexpected shutdown occurs.
* Saves only the necessary data for restoration.
Batch Encode Tool Registers several encode/output jobs, and outputs them one after the other automatically. Also allows you to register several clips in a batch, then creates proxy files in succession.
iVDR Transfer Tool *21 Allows you to transfer the iV VIDEO files which are encoded by using the iV VIDEO Standard MPEG File settings to an iVDR media (requires a supported adapter).
MPEG Tools *18 Multiplex or demultiplex the video and audio of an MPEG file.
Uses Intel® Media SDK Supports the software/hardware decoding for MPEG-2, H/264/AVC and H.265/HEVC, and hardware encoding for MPEG-2, H.264/AVC and H.265/HEVC through the Intel QSV.
* The Intel Media SDK can be used in hardware mode only in a compatible environment.
* Decoding and encoding processed through the Intel Media SDK requires setting both the MPEG decoder and video encoder selector.
* The use of the Intel Media SDK requires the MPEG decoder and Video encoder settings and a compatible Intel CPU.
* The software encoder is not supported in TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 7.
Uses NVIDIA CUDA™ Allows you to use NVIDIA CUDA to perform filtering calculations, MPEG-1 / 2, H.264/AVC and H.265/HEVC hardware decoding.
* Requires a compatible environment.
* The encoder is not supported.
Uses NVIDIA NVENC Allows you to use NVIDIA NVENC which supports H.264/AVC and H.265/HEVC hardware encoding.
* Requires a compatible environment.
Uses AMD Media SDK Allows you to use the AMD Media SDK which supports H.264/AVC and H.265/HEVC hardware decoding and encoding.
* Requires a compatible environment.
News Center Online Notification Receives update information, etc. directly from Pegasys.
Smart Tap Controller Support Supports the auxiliary controller, "TMPGEnc Smart Tap Controller ". This controller allows you to control the cut-editing operations of TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 7 from your iPhone or iPad.
CPU Priority Allows setting the application priority toward the available CPU power. (Provides 5 priority levels, for when the application is in the front or background state, from Low to High)
Post-Output Task Allows setting a post-output task that automatically shuts-down, or goes into sleep or hibernate mode when the output process is completed (available options depend on the machine and operating system).


*1 MPEG-1 VBR (variable bitrate) file import is not supported. *2 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. *3 Transport stream importation tested with sources generated by a JVC GR-HD1 and a SONY HDR-FX1/HC1. *4 DVD-VR importation requires a media compatible drive and UDF 2.0 support. Standard Windows installations are not able to copy or read the UDF 2.0 format, so 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. *5 Some MTS files recorded in Blu-ray (AVCHD, BDMV and BDAV) may not be correctly processed due to the file's internal structure. This application cannot process a Blu-ray (BDAV/BDMV) protected by a Copyright or anti-copy enforcement system. *6 Microsoft TV PVR file (*.wtv) importation requires the computer that recorded the video, or a computer that supports Media Center PC video recording file playback.
WTV file importation is possible on the computer used to record the file, or on a computer able to create this type of file. Recordings copy-protected by a DRM scheme cannot be imported. Only WTV files containing MPEG-2, H.264/AVC video and MP2, AC3 or AAC audio can be imported. *7 The video YUV colorspace is interpolated to the Type-2 DV codec used by our company for AVI input, allowing higher picture quality. 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 for some AVI files to not be readable. Audio may not be available in the second clip when no more than one instance of a codec can exist at a given time within the system. *8 QuickTime file importation requires QuickTime 7.7.6 or newer versions (audio may not be correctly processed in case of a multitrack audio source file). *9 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. *10 PV3/4 video recording file importation requires the Hearth Soft "AviUtl plug-in EARTH SOFT DV.aui Ver.2.4.4 or Ver.3.0.1" correctly installed. Versions other than 2.4.4 and 3.0.1 do not function.
Recording data recorded with the AviUtl plug-in EARTH SOFT DV.aui Ver 2.4.4 require Ver. 2.4.4 to be imported, data recorded with the version 3.0.1 require Ver. 3.0.1 to be imported. Processing the audio of a PV3/4 video recording requires that 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 that some files are not readable. *12 Supports CBR and VBR. *13 Dolby Digital audio importation supports data up to 5.1 channels, Dolby Digital Plus is up tp 7.1 channels. *14 AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) importation supports audio data sources of up to 5.1 channels. *15 Encoder characteristics may vary from the Standard encoder depending on the installed TMPGEnc plug-ins or equipment. Some parameter's limitations and functions of the x264 and x265 encoders implementation are different from the original. *16 Using Dolby Digital audio in several instances of the TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 7 main application at the same time, with the Batch Encode Tool. *17 The available creation video formats are Motion JPEG, GoPro Cineform, H.264/AVC and H.265/HEVC. *18 The MPEG Tools support MPEG files created by the TMPGEnc series. (MPEG files generated by a hardware encoder or other companies' encoder may not be correctly processed) *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 performance before purchasing it. Partially damaged source files may not be imported at all. *20 Supports only DVD-Video, Blu-ray, and AVCHD authoring data. A general MPEG file is not supported. In a Windows 7 environment, the direct ISO image file importation requires ImDisk Virtual Disk Driver which is packaged with the application. *21 This tool requires an environment where the supported IO DATA device has been correctly connected to your current PC and "iVDR-S Media Server 4 version.4.0.48.0 or later" is correctly installed. This template is not displayed in other environments.




Supplemental Notice

  • Some VOB/VRO and MTS files recorded in DVD-Video and VR/Blu-ray(AVCHD/BDMV/BDAV) format may not be correctly processed. (always use the "From DVD..." option of the Source Wizard).
  • Supports video files generated by the TMPGEnc series, most capture devices and DVD/BD 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 or Blu-ray content protected by Copyright or anti-copy enforcement system such as CSS or CPRM.
*Product characteristics may change without prior notice.