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System Requirements

System Requirements
Computer IBM PC compatible
OS 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);
Recommended for timeline editing: Windows 7/ 8/ 8.1- 64-bit (Home Premium / Professional / Ultimate);
*Except for Windows 7 / 8/ 8.1 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 Minimum: Intel® Pentium® III 1.0 GHz, AMD® Athlon™ MP, Athlon XP or better. (With SSE support);
Recommended: Intel Pentium 4 2.0 GHz, AMD Athlon 64 / Opteron (With SSE2 support);
For better performance: Dual Core, Quad Core, multiprocessor, Intel HT technology, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4;
Recommended for timeline editing: at least Core 2 Duo/Quad 2.4 GHz or equivalent.
*Provided the processor supports the SSE instruction set, other processor models are acceptable.
RAM 1024 MB or more (More than 2048 MB including the page file);
Recommended for timeline editing: 2048 MB;
*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: 300 MB;
Recommended: 10 GB;
High definition: 50 GB.
HDD format NTFS recommended
*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 Minimum: 1024×768;
Recommended for timeline editing: 1920×1080.
Video card Recommended for timeline editing: At least GeForce GT 240 with CUDA support or better.
Other Software Windows Media Player 9 or a more recent version;
DirectX 9c or a more recent version;
QuickTime Player 7 or a more recent version.
Network Access to the Internet required for periodic online validation.

Feature Specifications

Supported Input Formats
Video formats AVCHD file or volume14;
AVI1 file (*.avi), uncompressed or normally decodable content;
BDAV volume14;
BDMV volume14;
DivX encoded file (*.avi, *.divx);
DirectShow decodable video file10
DV/HDV file (*.avi);
DVD-Video file (VIDEO_TS, *.IFO, *.VOB)5
DVD-VR file (VRO)5
Everio movie file (*.mod);
FLV 1/4 file (*.flv);
FLV (H.264, *.flv);
HDV camcorder capture (Sony, Victor/JVC and Canon formats)8
Microsoft TV recording file (*.dvrms, *.wtv)7
MKV (video and audio only) file (*.mkv) importable through the MPEG file reader;
MOV file (H.264+Linear PCM, Canon and Nikon digital SLR camera generated data);
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, *.m2ts (HDV, AVCHD format included)3/4;
*MPEG in YUV 4:2:0 format only. MPEG-4 H.264 (AVC) (*.mp4, *.m4v, *.m4a);
QuickTime movie3 file (*.mov, *.qt, *.mp4, *.m4v, *.3gp, *.3g2, *.amc)9;
VFAPI decodable video file;
WebM file (*.webm);
Windows Media file (*.asf, *.wmv)6
XAVC S (.mp4)* 64 bit OS recommended.
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 Advanced Audio Coding file (*.aac)12
AIFF file (*.aif)
AVI decodable audio part (*.avi)1
DirectShow decodable audio file10
Dolby Digital file (*.ac3)11
Dolby Digital Plus file (*.ec3)12
FLV (*.fla)
FLAC (*.fla, *.flac)
MPEG-1 Audio layer II file (*.mp2)11
MPEG-1 Audio layer III file (*.mp3)11
QuickTime file (*.mov, *.qt, *.mp4, *.m4a, *.3gp, *.3g2, *.amc)9
VFAPI decodable audio file
Wave file (*.wav) uncompressed, decodable through installed audio codec, and Extensible support
Windows Media file (*.wma)6
Supported Output Formats
Output Formats AIFF file (Monaural / Stereo);
AVI file (Depends on the installed codec);
DivX file (*.avi, *.divx);
Dolby Digital audio file (1 ch / 2 ch stereo / 2 ch dual / 5 ch / 5.1 ch);
MKV (Matroska) file (Video: MPEG-1 / MPEG-2 / MPEG-4 AVC; Audio: MP2 / MP3 / MPEG-4 AAC / Dolby Digital / Linear PCM);
MPEG file for Blu-ray (BDAV / BDMV, NTSC / PAL);
MPEG file for DVD-Video (NTSC / PAL - MP@ML);
MPEG file for HDV camcorder (HD-1 / HD-2);
MPEG file for mobile device (PSP / PS Vita / iPod (5.5G or more recent, 5G not supported) iPod classic / i Pod nano / iPod touch / 4th gen, iPod touch / iPad / iPad 3rd gen / iPad 4th gen / iPhone / iPhone 4 / iPhone 4S / iPhone 5 / iPhone 5c / iPhone 5s / WALKMAN with video display support);
MPEG file for Super Video-CD (NTSC / NTSC Film / PAL);
MPEG file for Video-CD (NTSC / NTSC Film / PAL);
MPEG file for XDVD DVD-Video (NTSC / PAL - MP@ML );
MPEG-1 Audio Layer II, III;
MPEG-1 Video generic (NTSC / PAL);
MPEG-2 Video generic (NTSC / PAL - MP@LL / MP@ML / MP@H-14 / MP@HL);
MPEG-4 AVC generic (NTSC / PAL - Baseline / Main / High);
QuickTime (Requires QuickTime 7 or more recent);
Sequential pictures (Bitmap / JPEG / PNG);
Wave (Depends on the installed codec);
Windows Media file (Requires Windows Media Player 9 or newer).

MPEG Output Specifications

MPEG System Encoder
*Available settings and options for the DVD, XDVD, VideoCD, SuperVideoCD, HDV and Blu-ray 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.
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 standard);
MPEG-4 (ISO/IEC 14496-12/14/15 standard);
Matroska (MKV).
MPEG Video Encoder
Output Format
MPEG-1 Video stream (ISO/IEC 11172-2 standard);
MPEG-2 Video stream (ISO/IEC 13818-2 standard);
MPEG-4 AVC (ISO/IEC 14496-10 standard).
Encoder Engine MPEG-1, MPEG-2: Original encoder;
MPEG-4 AVC: x264 encoder.
Aspect Ratio Pixel aspect ratio 1:1;
Image aspect ratio 4:3 / 16:9 / 2.21:1.
Framerate MPEG-1, MPEG-2: 23.976 / 24 / 25 / 29.97 / 30 / 50 / 59.94 / 60 fps;
MPEG-4 AVC: 1 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7.5 / 8/10 / 12 / 14.985 / 15 / 19.98 / 20 / 23.976 / 24 / 25 / 29.97 / 30 / 50 / 59.94 / 60 fps.
Bitrate Control Mode CBR / VBR (2 pass average bitrate) / VBR (Constant quality).
Profile & Level MPEG-2: MP@ML / MP@H-14 / MP@HL;
MPEG-4 AVC: 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.
VBV Buffer Size Automatic / Arbitrary (Depends on the Profile & level).
Entropy Coding (MPEG-4 AVC only) CAVLC / CABAC.
Display Mode Interlace / Progressive / Playback 3:2 pulldown / Inverse 3:2 pulldown / Progressive (2:2 pulldown).
Field Order (when in Interlace display mode)
Top field first / Bottom field first.
Colorspace (MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 AVC only)
Color Primaries:
ITU-R BT.709 / ITU-R BT.470-2 System M / ITU-R BT.470-2 System B, G / SMPTE 170M /SMPTE 240M (1987).
Transfer Characteristics:
ITU-R BT.709 / ITU-R BT.470-2 System M / ITU-R BT.470-2 System B, G / SMPTE 170M / SMPTE 240M (1987).
Matrix Coefficients:
ITU-R BT.709 / FCC / ITU-R BT.470-2 System B, G / SMPTE 170M / SMPTE 240M (1987).
Motion detection
MPEG-1, MPEG-2 (Standard encoder): 4 types with error correction;
MPEG-4 AVC (x264): 5 types.
MPEG Audio Encoder
Output 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)13;
MPEG-2 AAC Main Profile / Low Complexity (LC) / HE-AAC / HE-AAC v2 (ISO/IEC 13818-7 standard);
MPEG-4 AAC Main Profile / Low Complexity (LC) / HE-AAC / HE-AAC v2 (ISO/IEC 14496-3 standard)
Bitrate Dolby Digital (5.1): 384 / 448 / 640 kb/s;
Dolby Digital (5.0): 384 / 448 / 640 kb/s;
Dolby Digital (stereo): 128 / 160 / 192 / 224 / 256 / 320 / 384 / 448 kb/s;
Dolby Digital (monaural): 64 / 80 / 96 / 112 / 128 / 160 / 192 / 224 / 256 kb/s;
Linear PCM (multichannel, channel×bit×kHz): from 3072 to 27648 kb/s;
Linear PCM (stereo, bit×kHz): 1536 (16×48) / 1920 (20×48) / 2304 (24×48) / 3072 (16×96) / 3840 (20×96) / 4608 (24×96) kb/s;
Linear PCM (monaural, bit×kHz): 768 (16×48) / 960 (20×48) / 1152 (24×48) / 1536 (16×96) / 1920 (20×96) / 2304 (24×96) kb/s;
MP2 (stereo): 64 / 96 / 112 / 128 / 160 / 192 / 224 / 256 / 320 / 384 kb/s;
MP2 (monaural): 32 / 64 / 80 / 96 / 112 / 128 / 160 / 192 kb/s;
MP3 (stereo, monaural): 32 / 64 / 96 / 112 / 128 / 160 / 192 / 224 / 256 / 320 kb/s;
MPEG-2 / 4 AAC Main Profile / Low Complexity (LC): 12 (8 kHz / Mono) to 2880 (96 kHz / 5.1 ch) kb/s;
MPEG-2 / 4 HE-AAC: 16 (32 kHz / mono) to 288 (48 kHz / 5.1 ch) kb/s;
MPEG-2 / 4 HE-AAC v2: 16 (32 kHz) to 144 (48 kHz) kb/s;
(Available bitrates depend on the number of channels and sampling rate.)
FLAC: undefined
Sampling Rate Dolby Digital: 32 / 44.1 / 48 kHz;
Linear PCM: 48 / 96 kHz;
MPEG-1 Audio Layer2/3: 32 / 44.1 / 48 kHz;
MPEG-2 Audio Layer2/3: 16 / 22.05 / 24 kHz;
MPEG-2 / 4 AAC Low Complexity (LC): 8 / 11.025 / 12 / 16 / 22.05 / 24 / 32 / 44.1 / 48 / 64 / 88.2 / 96 kHz;
MPEG-2 / 4 AAC Main Profile / Low Complexity (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;
FLAC: 8 / 16 / 22.05 / 24 / 32 / 44.1 / 48 / 88.2 / 96 / 176.4 / 192 kHz;
MP2 / MP3 / Dolby Digital / Linear PCM:
16 bit / 20 bit (FLAC / Linear PCM only) / 24 bit (FLAC / Linear PCM only)
Channel Mode Monaural / Stereo / Joint Stereo (MP2) / Dual Channel;
Dolby Digital / MPEG-2/4 AAC (LC) / FLAC: up to 5.1;
Linear PCM: up to 7.1 (ES/TS (HDMV) only);
HE-AAC: Monaural / Stereo / 5.1;
HE-AAC v2: Stereo only;
(Multi-channel audio output down-mixed according to the output setting)
MPEG-1/2 Encoder Options
Half/full Pixel Motion Estimation
Possibility to optimize the motion search up to the half pixel level.
Low-pass Filter on Color Channel Possibility to reduce the image quality degradation when converting the YUV color channels.
Blocknoise Softening Possibility to parametrically soften blocknoise during the encode processing.
Arbitrary Keyframe Insertion Possibility to arbitrarily specify a frame as an I Picture.
Video Format Component / PAL / NTSC / SECAM / MAC / Unspecified.
DC Component Precision 8 / 9 / 10 bits.
192 bytes Packet Output Possibility to set the packet size to 192 bytes when outputting in MPEG-2 Transport Stream.
MPEG-4 AVC Encoder Options
Output for Streaming For streaming playback, places the stream information in the file header instead of the trailer. Allows the player to start the playback while still downloading the data.
Data Container for Apple Portable Devices Possibility to use the AVCbaselineLowComplexityProfileBox model required by some of the Apple portable devices.
Video Format Component / PAL / NTSC / SECAM / MAC / Unspecified.
192 bytes packet output Possibility to set the packet size to 192 bytes when outputting in MPEG-2 Transport Stream.
Reference pictures Possibility to set the number of reference pictures.
GOP Structure
Content Possibility to set the number of B-Pictures within a GOP.
Size Possibility to specify a maximum GOP size.
Bitstream Output for Editing Possibility to output Closed GOP, removing references between GOPs.
B-Picture GOP Header Picture Possibility to specify the first picture of a Closed GOP as a B-Picture.
Sequence Header Output Possibility to include the sequence header (video characteristics descriptor) in each GOP instead of only the first GOP.
Scene Change Detection Automatically inserts an I-Picture when a scene change is detected.
Chapter Addition Possibility to output the keyframes as chapter entry points in a MP4 or MKV container.
Metadata Addition Possibility to add "Title", "Artist", "Copyright" and "Comment" metadata in a MP4 or MKV container.
*Metadata view requires a compatible player.

Windows Media File Output Specifications

Windows Media File Video Output Options
Video codec Windows Media Video 7;
Windows Media Video 8;
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.
Aspect Ratio 1:1 / 4:3 / 16:9 / 2.21:1
Framerate 1 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7.5 / 8 / 10 /12 / 14.985 / 15 / 19.98 / 20 / 23.976 / 24 / 25 / 29.97 / 30 / 50 / 59.94 / 60 fps.
Bitrate Control Mode CBR / VBR (each 1 pass, 2 pass).
Data Rate From 0 to 50,000 kb/s.
Other Marker registration function, performance setting, picture quality setting.
Windows Media File Audio Output Options
Audio Codec Windows Media Audio 9/10 (Professional / Lossless).
*Availability depends on the installed Windows Media Technology.
Sampling Rate From 8 to 96 kHz.
*Availability depends on the installed audio codec.
Channel Mode From 1 to 7.1 ch.
*Availability depends on the installed audio codec.
Quantization 16 / 24 bits.
*Availability depends on the installed audio codec.
Bitrate Control Mode CBR / VBR (each 1 pass, 2 pass).
Data Rate From 8 to 768 kb/s.

DivX® File Output Specifications

DivX File Output Options
Format Video: DivX;
Audio: MPEG-1 Audio Layer III (see MPEG audio encoder specifications).
AVI Container Type AVI 1.0/ AVI 2.0 (OpenDML format).
Aspect Ratio 1:1 / 4:3 / 16:9
Framerate 1 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7.5 / 8 / 10 /12 / 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 6 steps, from picture quality prioritization to encode speed prioritization.
Bi-directional Encoding Adaptive single consecutive / Adaptive multiple consecutive
Quantization Type H.263 / H.263 (optimized)
Psychovisual enhancement Shaping / Masking
Other GMC, quarter-pixel motion search.

*Available settings and options may be partially different depending on the selected Profile and Level.

*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.

Other Editing and Processing Features

Editing and Processing Capabilities
Timeline Editing
Video / Audio Timeline Project Up to 32 video or audio layers;
Up to 10 filter layers.
Video Layer Rotation Possibility to rotate the video clip in each layer.
Video Layer Opacity Possibility to set each video clip's opacity.
Animation Functions Possibility to animate each video clip by setting keypoints in the timeline, controlling the picture width, height, position, rotation and opacity.
Transition and Fade-in/out Possibility to set a transition effect between video clips within the same layer, or set a fade-in or fade-out effect.
Masking Function Possibility to set the target layer, active range, size, position, and type of a mosaic, blur, or color mask over a video clip. The mask can be positioned with the mouse cursor during playback.
Fast Rendering Mode Accelerated video preview rendering. (Windows Vista and later versions only. Video overlay can be used in Windows XP to accelerate the preview rendering.17)
Audio Volume Control Possibility to linearly control the audio volume of a layer through keypoints.
Video Editing Functions
Source Range Possibility to specify an arbitrary start and end frame within the source video.
Fast Navigation Possibility to use the fast navigation functions to rapidly cut-edit the source.
Undo / Redo Up to 50 actions.
Playback volume Possibility to set a playback audio volume in the Cut-edit and Output preview windows, independently from the actual outputted audio volume.
Cut-editing Function Possibility to arbitrarily cut segments of the source and output only what remains.
Keyframe Marking Possibility to arbitrarily mark frames within the source as keyframes. Keyframes can be converted into split points.
Clip Splitting Possibility to arbitrarily set split points within the source, segmenting one clip into several new independent clips.
Cut-edit Window XDVD Awareness Automatically sets the thumbnail display to XDVD mode when the source has been created in this format.
Smart Scene Search Use the mouse's center button to trigger the smart scene search, moving the played to the nearest scene change.
Audio Level Meter Display the clip's audio volume and channel structure.
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. (Possibility to limit the filter effect only to the necessary parts of the video)
Picture Crop Crops the picture. (Possibility to add borders to keep the original picture size)
Ghost Reduction Reduces the ghost picture artifacts found in analog TV recordings.
Video Denoise Extracts and reduces the noise component of the video. (Possibility to analyse up to 6 frames around the base frame when in temporal mode)
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.
*This filter requires a relatively high-performance computer. Use it with discernment.
Contour Enhances the picture's contours.
Color Correction Corrects or adjusts the picture's colors. (Functions in RGB, YUV, CMYK and HSV colorspaces)
Picture Resize Changes the picture size. (Provides 5 types and 6 resize patterns)
Video Fade-in/Fade-out Fades-in and/or fades-out the video from or to a specified color.
Color Phase Correction Corrects a shift between the Y and U or V components of the video.
Anti-Flickering Reduces the flickering effect occurring in interlaced video when viewed on a TV.
Gaussian Blur Blurs the entire picture.
Sharpness Improves the overall picture sharpness.
Picture Rotation Rotates the picture by 90 degree increments, or mirrors it vertically or horizontally.
Smart Sharpness Increases the picture detail sharpness, improving the picture's resolution sensation.
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.
Vintage Picture Transforms the picture to simulate degradation such as those found in old films or analog broadcast TV programs.
Speed Changes the video speed independently from the framerate. Can also reverse the source playback.
Audio Processing
Audio Denoise Extracts and reduces the noise component of the audio.
Audio Gap Corrects an audio shift between the video and audio. You can arbitrarily shift the audio with millisecond precision.
Time Tone Reduction Reduces the hourly audio time tone some TV stations broadcast during a program.
Volume change Reduces or amplifies the audio on all channels, within a 0 to 500% range.
Volume Normalization Reduces or amplifies the audio on all channels so the highest volume of the clip corresponds to the specified volume.
Volume Uniformization Uniformizes the audio on all channels based on the peak or average volume.
Bilingual Extracts the left (Main), Right (Secondary), or both channels.
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.
Audio Sampling Rate Converter Allows any source sampling rate to be converted into an arbitrary output sampling rate using high-precision 32 bit floating point processing.
Other Functions
Proxy Editing File15 Possibility to create a lighter, more manageable version of a high definition source file used for display purposes during the project editing. The original source file is used only at the encode processing stage. Provides 5 quality/size levels.
Intel Media SDK 2.0 Integration Can use the Intel Media SDK to decode and encode MPEG-4 AVC.
*The Intel Media SDK can be used in hardware mode only on compatible processors. In case the processor does not support the Intel Media SDK hardware mode, the software mode is provided instead.
*Not supported in Windows XP environments.
*The Intel Media SDK hardware mode requires a CPU using the GPU with the Sandy Bridge core.
*The use the Intel Media SDK requires the MPEG decoder and Video encoder settings and a compatible Intel CPU.
NVIDIA CUDA 2.3 /3.1 Possibility to use NVIDIA CUDA 2.3 /3.1 to decode MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 AVC content, or encode in MPEG-4 AVC format.
*Requires compatible video card drivers.
Blu-ray (AVCHD, BDAV and BDMV) importation13 Possibility to import AVCHD, BDAV or BDMV by using the Blu-ray standard playlist. Provides subtitle and audio selection.
*Supported codecs: Video MPEG-2 / MPEG-4 AVC / H.264; Audio Dolby Digital / MPEG-2 AAC (BDAV only) / Linear PCM.
*Menus and unsupported video or audio codec content are not imported.
TS Importation Upon analysis, when a TS file contains several streams, provides the possibility to select specific video, audio, and subtitle (ISDB / DVB / Closed caption) source streams.
*Unsupported video or audio codec content are not imported.
Batch Encode Tool Possibility to register several projects in a batch, and automatically process them.
MPEG tools16 Possibility to multiplex or demultiplex MPEG compatible streams into or from an MPEG or MKV file.
Transition Effects Possibility to add a transition effect between two clips of a project.
Slideshow Possibility to create a slideshow clip from still pictures, with transition and animation effects.
Color Clip Possibility to create a color matte, gradient, or pattern clip from a video generator using parameters or pictures.
Subtitles Possibility to create subtitles overlaid on the output.
Clipboard Screenshot Possibility to copy the currently displayed frame from a preview to the clipboard (in BMP format) for use in a third party application.
Interface inconification Numerous parts of the interface are now displayed in graphics instead of text.
Timecode corrected MPEG file import19 Possibility to import MPEG files with corrected timecode to avoid audio gaps.
Keyframe File Importation Possibility to import and export the keyframe information.
Supports keyframe files (*.keyframe) generated by TMPGEnc 3.0 XPress, TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress, and TMPGEnc MPEG Editor 1.0/2.0/3.
Capture video from DV or HDV device20 Possibility to capture the content from a DV or HDV device through the IEEE1394 (i.LINK/Firewire) port.
DVD-Video, DVD-VR content importation5 Possibility to import the content of a DVD-Video or DVD-VR, including chapter information, etc.
Microsoft TV recording importation7 Possibility to import content from a Media Center generated Microsoft TV recording file (*.dvr-ms, *.wtv).
TMPG Inc. Online News Possibility to receive news, update notification, and offers from TMPG, Inc. through the News Center application.
Jog-Shuttle Support Supports jog-shuttle shortkeys in the Clip editor window.
CPU Priority Possibility to set the application priority toward the available CPU power. (Provides 5 priority levels, for when the application is in the front or background state, from Idle to Highest)
Final Task Possibility to set a final task executed when the project output completes (Shut-down, Stand-by, Hibernate; availability depends on the machine and operating system)

  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 also 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 installations 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 systems such as CSS and CPRM.
  6. Windows Media file importation requires that 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 found at the Microsoft Support Page (https://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en;810243). WTV file importation is possible on the computer used to record the file, or on computers able to create this type of file. Recordings copy-protected by a DRM scheme cannot be imported. Only WTV files containing MPEG-2 video and MP2 audio can be imported.
  8. Some DV/HDV camcorders and IEEE1394 (i.LINK) connection compatibility issues may prevent a correct capture.
  9. QuickTime file importation requires QuickTime 7, iTunes 6, or newer versions. (Audio may not be correctly processed in cases of multitrack audio source files)
  10. Importation through DirectShow relies on the available environment. For this reason it is normal some AVI files are not readable. Some specific formats (VBR, ogg, etc.) used may result in an audio gap or may not be outputted.
  11. VBR format not supported.
  12. AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) and Dolby Digital Plus importation supports audio data sources up to 5.1 channels.
  13. The Digital Audio output cannot be used in several instances at the same time in the Batch encode tool and/or TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5.
  14. MTS files recorded in a Blu-ray (AVCHD, BDAV, BDMV) format may not be correctly imported due to internal structure specificities. In such a case, use the Source Wizard.
  15. Creates Motion JPEG format video data.
  16. The MPEG Tool supports MPEG files created by the TMPGEnc or TSUNAMI MPEG encoder series. (MPEG files generated by a hardware encoder or other Companies' encoder may not be correctly processed)
  17. If your computer operating system is Windows Vista SP2 or a more recent version of Windows Vista, use of this function in the timeline mode preview or in the "Mask filter" of the "Filters" window requires an update. (Microsoft Website information KB971512)
  18. 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 encoder implementation are different from the original x264.
  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. There is no analog capture function.

Supplemental notice

  • Intel Media SDK is not compatible with Windows XP. It can be used in Windows Vista or more recent versions.
  • Some VOB and 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, BDAV, BDMV) format may not be correctly processed. (always use the "From a DVD..." option of the Source Wizard).
  • Supports video files generated by the TMPGEnc and TSUNAMI MPEG 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 or Blu-ray content protected by Copyright or anti-copy enforcement system such as CSS or CPRM.
  • Product characteristics may change without prior notice.