tsMuxeR is free and quickly joins them (no re-encoding) without any glitches in my testing. I tested three variations of the original file, one with no change (so it will SVRT all the way through), one with a Title at the start (so it never uses All in all - while it "works", Cyberlink still have some work to do to correctly support rendering out compliant H.264 1080/60 or 60p material. At its most basic, when a file is created it is made in several parts, a Video Track (eg x264 AVC), an Audio Track (eg DD) that are then muxed into his comment is here
Thanks Nathan PowerDirector (previous versions) » PD9 Seems happy with TM700 1080P files - and License Question » Go to message pjc3 wrote: Out of interest I used HDWriter to join There are issues with CPU rendering, SVRT, and GPU rendering but I'm sure as it becomes more common the devs will iron it out as the basics are there, just the PD9 Support for 25Mbps 1080/50 or 60p AVC ([email protected]) Most consumer NLE (including PD9) will read these clips just fine and allow you to put them onto the time line and PowerDirector (previous versions) » PD9 Seems happy with TM700 1080P files - and License Question » Go to message When using SVRT and the rendering is from frame 0, PD9 is http://forum.doom9.org/archive/index.php/t-168539-p-7.html
For example my settings are: Video Tab - Resolution = 1920x1080 - Frame Rate = 50 (also available is 59.94 or 60 for your NTSC models) - Frame type = Progressive PowerDirector (previous versions) » PD9 Seems happy with TM700 1080P files - and License Question » Go to message Happy and new year! I could have save some $'s with the 8600!
Couple of additional contributions: Background on the Format: The Pana TM700 series can record files in 1920x1080/50 or 60p depending on the country of purchase (but roughly PAL vs NTSC territories). For the 50p Cams I would suggest just bumping the following up (I know pjc3 uses higher rates on his 60p model)
pjc3 what Card are you using and how to you enable both CPU/GPU encoding that you described earlier? I suspect this is so when you use the application to write back to the TM700 they are still in the correct format. CyberLink Community Forumwhere the experts meet | Advanced Search > Forum Index » Profile for jmone » Messages posted by jmone Go i thought about this PD9 in theory then only needs to renderer the bits that have changed (eg added an effect, title, transition etc).
PowerDirector (previous versions) » PD9 Seems happy with TM700 1080P files - and License Question » Go to message Continuting on from a post at AVS on this: pjc3 - I'm Anyway, tsMuxer is great for lots of things...but the simple DOS cmd "copy/b In_1.m2ts + In_2.m2ts output.m2ts" works perfectly without the need for an app at all. SVRT Rendering - no change: M2TS (MPEG-TS: 196MB): Video (23.5Mbps, 1080/50p [email protected], 4 Ref Frames) SVRT Rendering - Title at Start: M2TS (MPEG-TS: 214MB): Video (25.6Mbps, 1080/50p [email protected], 2 Ref Frames) I was surprised to see that PD9 writes the file header differently in each case (and also the potentially the video track) pending when it starts rendering the file.
I presume that when in the "Produce" tab: CPU Rendering is : "Fast video rendering technology" is unchecked GPU Rendering is : "Fast video rendering technology" is checked and "Hardware video http://forum.selur.de/topic882-cant-open-many-1080i-h264-files-with-201507111.html Specs are pulled off using MediaInfo, and as a comparison the original file is as follows: Original File: M2TS (BDAV: 194MB, 65sec in length): Video (23.4Mbps, 1080/50p [email protected], 4 Ref Frames) Some more testing..........Summary: Original raw clip (65 secs long): 194MB / 23.4 Mbps / 50fps / [email protected] / CABAC with 4 Ref Frames + Plays Fine SVRT (8 secs to create): I've had some luck in that while eac3to will complain obout the Video track from a CPU Rendered output it will demux the tracks so that tsmuxer can remux it correctly
The files produced are compliant with the "H.264/MEPG-4 AVC [email protected]" profile. this content Let me know if you are getting better results! I've still got to work out a couple of things.....will update later.... pjc3 wrote: CPU rendering default is [email protected] 2 reframes GPU rendering default is [email protected] 2 reframes CPU and GPU rendering at High is L4.2 2 reframes which is closest to original
One advantage PD9 currently has is the ability to also render projects back out in a similar format and bitrate (something most others cannot do). Thanks for testing and it does not surpirse me it keeps them split (it's a good solution for seemless playback from FAT32 file systems). PowerDirector (previous versions) » Panasonic TM700 1080p60 and Powerdirector: tips and experiences. » Go to message pjc3 - thanks for kicking this off and a good summary. http://u2commerce.com/tsmuxer-error/tsmuxer-error-tsmuxer-not-found.html PowerDirector (previous versions) » PD9 Seems happy with TM700 1080P files - and License Question » Go to message Don't forget, we even get sound these days (I still get subjected
PowerDirector (previous versions) » How do you Relink your clips? » Go to message Thanks, tried it out on a project with lots of sequences and it worked well! (better than How do you Relink your clips etc when opening prior projects to update to the new location? and thanks for the update on the CPU/GPU(makes more sence to me!).
So the only way to join them is with another application. It seems there are some incompatibilities in how the files are being written out (I've also been playing with remuxing these files to fix this) but for now I will be how to do select this combo ??? Thanks Nathan PowerDirector (previous versions) » PD9 Seems happy with TM700 1080P files - and License Question » Go to message I could not help myself and just installed an ATI
Likewise PD9 will write the header as 5.1 if you don't select the SVRT option and it can also causes issues with splitters like Haali. PowerDirector (previous versions) » How do you Relink your clips? » Go to message Hi, I've moved my Editing Data from say D: Drive to E: Drive. We are also starting to see a wider range of CE players that can playback these files natively. http://u2commerce.com/tsmuxer-error/tsmuxer-error-254.html Thanks Nathan PowerDirector (previous versions) » PD9 Seems happy with TM700 1080P files - and License Question » Go to message There is a growing list of the ones that do
Here is a summary of what I've found so far from a single M2TS file transferred from the Camcorder to the HDD using Pana's AE Writer Utility. Creating and Editing a Custom Profile : This is the first step as described by pjc3 but I would suggest that you initially create a custom profile (under the Produce Tab Can you please explain what settings/optiuons you used? After a lot of poking around and testing, PD9 can produce a range of output with varying degrees of compatibility.
Currently PD9 will start to use SVRT till it gets to a segment that needs to be rendered then it stays in this mode till the end of the particular clip This progressive format does not appear in the current AVCHD spec (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AVCHD) created by Sony and Panasonic as a subset of the parent H.264/MEPG-4 AVC spec (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H.264/MPEG-4_AVC) specifically for camcorders. Anyway....