Portable TMPGEnc XPress 184.108.40.2067 - 25 Mb
TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress encoder is now twice as powerful as before. Offering the most common file formats including HDV import/output along with DivX 6 AVI, MPEG-1/2/4, QuickTime (MOV), and Window Media (WMV/WMV-HD/WMA) input/output.
TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress gives you the freedom to take almost any video file and encode it to your desired file format including DivX, AVI, QuickTime, MPEG 4-ISO, H.264, DVD-video, DVD-VR, HDV camcorder, Blu-ray Disc and much more. This powerful software provides you with functions and features ranging from a simple cut-editor tool to multiple powerful video filtering and effects. Now with NVIDIA CUDA™ support!
TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress gives you an easier way of encoding with 4 steps: Start, Input, Output, Encode, along with settings template so you don’t waste your time figuring out the spec settings. Now it doesn’t take a video guru to be able to encode video; with the simple user interface, workflow is a lot more enjoyable.
Changes in TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress Version 220.127.116.117 - November 19, 2008:
Fixed - CUDA - The deinterlace filter in Inverse pulldown mode did not yield a correct result when used with CUDA.
Fixed - CUDA - The video Noise reduction/Noise reduction (time) filters would sometimes generate horizontal stripes when used with CUDA.
Fixed - CUDA - An error would arise when using the Crop filter if the target picture width was below 8 pixels when used with CUDA.
Fixed - CUDA - The resize filter in bilinear mode would not yield a correct result when used with CUDA.
Fixed - CUDA - The deinterlace filter in "Replication - simple mode" did not yield a correct result when used with CUDA.
Fixed - Output settings would sometimes not be correctly reflected in Windows Media Video output.
Fixed - A temporary folder was created in random locations such as the desktop and an error would arise during a MPEG-4 2 pass output.
Fixed - Using the video fade-in/out filter would slow down the output time.
Fixed - Modifying the aspect ratio in the Clip properties would not be taken in account at the output stage when using the PV3 file reader.
Fixed - An error would occur and the preview would be black when importing an AviSynth's AVS file.