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TMPGEnc v2.525.64.184

Shareware
Vista / Win2k / Win95 / Win98 / WinME / WinNT / WinXP
TMPGEnc is an excellent MPEG-1 / MPEG-2 encoder by Hiroyuki Hori. The encoder is extremely versatile, and is capable of producing MPEG for just about any need imaginable.

MPEG2 support is limited to a 30 day trial period, but you can purchase a commercial version of TMPGEnc, called Tsunami MPEG Video Encoder from Amazon that supports unlimited MPEG-2 encoding as well as various other features that the basic version doesn't have.

You should also read our DVD ripping guide that covers basic TMPGEnc usage as well. Read it from here. Another recommended article tells you how to convert your DivX videos to VideoCD format using TMPGEnc. Read it from here.

Keywords:
tmpgenc mpeg1 mpeg mpeg-1 mpeg2 mpeg-2 encoder

License type Shareware1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 03 Sep 2008
Downloads 780,300
File size 1.67 MB (<1min @ 1Mbps)
Operating systems Vista / Win2k / Win95 / Win98 / WinME / WinNT / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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TMPGEnc v2.525.64.184

I love TMPGEnc. My only complaint is that the workflow is not laid out as logically as I'd like. The screen should be larger and have a quick link to the filters on the top. Right now you have to backtrack to make filter changes.

sdsunjay
Inactive
TMPGEnc v2.524.63.181

I liked this program a lot, but of course for me it only has one purpose. That purpose is Pal to NTSC. This is rele the only good program that does that conversion.

TMPGEnc v2.524.63.181

I cannot fault this program. It's simple to use and efficient. With just a couple of clicks of the mouse you'll be getting your AVI converted to Mpeg.

I have spent the past couple of days looking for a good program to convert AVI to MPeg, and until discovering this one, had almost given up hope.

If you want an uncomplicated AVI conversion, this is for you.




TMPGEnc v2.524.63.181

This thing really saved my bacon (once I figured it out!).

The only thing I quibble with about it is the lack of documentation and the interface, otherwise it would be a five stars prog.

I spent DAYS trying to figure out how to properly scale a 16:9 and export a VOB as a lower resolution MPEG for a web page. I tried perhaps 10 different programs.

I had tried and abandoned TMPGEnc, but I eventually went back to it and noticed that you could change the window resolution and PREVIEW the output in one sub page.

Thankfully, in that particular window WYSIWYG... Problem solved! It also allowed adjustment of the audio track, fixing a delay that I wasn't looking forward to trying to find a program what would work to fix that either.

All in all, it's a little kludgy and has poor documentation, but it get's 'er done!

TMPGEnc v2.524.63.181

This thing really saved my bacon (once I figured it out!).

The only thing I quibble with about it is the lack of documentation and the interface, otherwise it would be a five stars prog.

I spent DAYS trying to figure out how to properly scale a 16:9 and export a VOB as a lower resolution MPEG for a web page. I tried perhaps 10 different programs.

I had tried and abandoned TMPGEnc, but I eventually went back to it and noticed that you could change the window resolution and PREVIEW the output in one sub page.

Thankfully, in that particular window WYSIWYG... Problem solved! It also allowed adjustment of the audio track, fixing a delay that I wasn't looking forward to trying to find a program what would work to fix that either.

All in all, it's a little kludgy and has poor documentation, but it get's 'er done!

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