Step # 13 Open up TMPGEnc 4.0 Express and click on “Start a new

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Step # 13 Open up TMPGEnc 4.0 Express and click on “Start a new
Step # 13 Open up TMPGEnc 4.0 Express and click on
“Start a new project”
Step # 14
Click on “Add file”
Step # 15 Select the file name using this path . . .
C:Documents and Settings/Editor/My Documents/SpeedEdit/My Projects/Alaska2004#1VTP2AVI.avi
Then click on “Open”
Step # 16 Notice that the video file
that was selected is correct
However, the audio file will need to
be changed
Step # 17
Click on the word “Browse” not the pull down arrow next to it – it should bring up a “Open” file menu
Step # 18 Select the audio file and
then click on “Open”
Step # 19 Click on “Yes”
Step # 20 The audio file path is now correct
Step # 21 Click on “OK”
Step # 22 A video & audio clip is now added
Step # 23 Now click on “Format”
Step # 24 Select “Blu-ray standard MPEG file”
if this is not highlighted
Step # 25 If you want a menu based disc
select “Blu-ray (BRMV) ”
Step # 26 Click on “Select”
Step # 27 There are a multitude of options to choose from but I’m burning
a 25GB blu-ray disc and you can see that I have already used about 16.5 GB
I will need some room for the menu so I will click on “OK”
Step # 28 If no changes are needed then click
on “Save”
Step # 29 Highlight the file name and then
input the new file name leaving the .txp4e file
extension . . .
then click on “Save”
Step # 30 Click on “Encode”
Step # 31 Click on the “Start Encoding” icon
Step # 32 Take note of the path & file name
Step # 33 TMPGEnc 4.0 Express is encoding
the file
Step # 34 The file encoding is complete
You can click “OK” or check the “Do not display this message again” box

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