Discussion in 'Windows Media Center' started by Joe Horton, May 12, 2005.

  1. Joe Horton

    Joe Horton Guest

    Anyone out there using TMPGenc to burn their dvr-ms files? Program is
    incredible and easy to use - but I can't seem to work around the 2 step

    1.. Use their wizard to convert dvr-ms file to MPEG
    2.. Use another wizard to edit and burn the MPEG to a DVD

    Seems much of the other programs you can just go through one wizard and let
    it chug away - this one requires a bit more babysitting - although it works
    extremely well. I am very unhappy with Nero and their lack of support. The
    latest patch now allows you to mess with dvr-ms files - but the quality
    really isn't that good and neither is their support.
    Joe Horton, May 12, 2005
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  2. Joe Horton

    Bob [MVP] Guest

    The encoder supports batch encoding, so you should be able
    to encode multiple videos with a single click.

    Then you just need to run through the DVD wizard for each
    DVD you want to create.

    Microsoft MVP
    Windows XP Media Center Edition
    Bob [MVP], May 12, 2005
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  3. Joe Horton

    Joe Horton Guest

    I'm pretty disappointed with Nero - I just spent $79 for Nero Ultra and
    another $25 for MPEG encoder - I do not like it at all. Anyone want to
    trade me serial #'s for TMPGenc - I will no longer use Nero.
    Joe Horton, May 12, 2005
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    brentromero Guest

    Not a chance, buckaroo! But it sounds like your TMPGenc works like a charm.
    Is it a free download like My DVDShrink works fairly well
    also but I'm new to MCE 2005 and am still experimenting with all of the new
    video recording goodies. But even being a newbie, I know already that Nero
    is pretty useless.
    brentromero, May 12, 2005
  5. Joe Horton

    Joe Horton Guest

    TMPGenc has such a great interface - but I think I'm nearing my trial
    version end....guess I'll be spending another $69
    Joe Horton, May 12, 2005
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    brentromero Guest

    How do I locate TMPGenc?
    brentromero, May 12, 2005
  7. Joe Horton

    Joe Horton Guest

    Not sure how to spell it - but the company is Pegassus software...they have
    other great products too and are know for being easy to use...
    Joe Horton, May 12, 2005
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    brentromero Guest

    I found the site by doing a Google search on TMPGenc. Thanks, big guy! I
    can't wait to get home to try it.
    brentromero, May 13, 2005
  9. Joe Horton

    G Guest

    It's Pegasys at I bought TMPGEnc Express,
    TMPGEnc MPEG Editor and TMPGEnc DVD Author and their AC3 Sound Plugin
    through them. Good software BUT if you have a problem and need to use their
    customer service BEWARE! Their customer support is poor, everything they send
    to you via e-mail is in Japaenglish ( poorly written non-discernable
    Englsih). But in their defense their English is 100x better than my Japanese.
    G, May 13, 2005
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