I have my setup working "ok", but I want to know something. When I download (legal, maybe not) torrents of TV shows, they always have the commercials edited out perfectly, along with small file sizes. For example, Teen Wolf, on MTV, so it had to be recorded within Windows Media Center. Had a size of 949MB, and a bitrate of 3209kbps. It was in great 720p quality, but when I try to replicate it myself with MCEBuddy, I get something much different. The front and the back of the episode commercials are never edited out to begin with. Also, I have setup a custom profile that will get me the ~3000kbps that I need in MCEBuddy. Coming from the Mac, I have used EyeTV. I want to know if there is a way to get it so I can manually edit out commercials in MCE like I was able to in EyeTV. I'd be willing to pay up to $100 for software. Or, if anyone has some MCEBuddy presets that work realllyyyy well, I could probably drop you a few bucks via PayPal for them.
2x HDHomeRun Prime - 3CC
Sharp 65" TV; Sharp 46" TV; Panasonic 42" TV; Sony 40" TV; Sony 32" TV
WMC HTPC Server: Intel Celeron G1840, 4GB RAM, MSI H81M-P33, 1TB
Main HTPC: Mac Mini 2.3Ghz i5, 8GB RAM, 500GB, 1TB, 2TB, 3TB
XB360 WMC Extender, Ceton Echo, Roku 3, Apple TV 3