Mark i have been using your excellent tool, for a good while now. I am in the UK and record .TS and .MPG - SD broadcast streams, from UK Digital Terestrial Television (DTT).
I have asked Dan at vrd to include your code into vrd, which i understand he has spoken to you about. I still think if you would get your code implemented into vrd. It would make you money, and make vrd even better than it is now.
The streams i record are never seen in m2r correct, it takes a few seconds to identify the PIDs. Which i stop the scan, then the PIDs are found somtimes. Well for 50% of the time, they are. Maybe this was what you meant by fixing the Europe bug in the history log. It will be nice when the Europe bug is fully fixed. If i process the same video through vrd first. M2R see the stream right away on lpressing scan. But i'm not wanting to process through vrd right away, i need to find all errors first.
I do not repair with your tool, i use it for scanning to find all problems, in the video stream. I then repair the bad bits with either a repeat showing video, or cut out. If i can cut out the bad part, without spoiling the video.
I hope this europe bug will vanish soon. Because with it i can scan only some single stream .TS files. M2R cannot see my UK muxed .TS streams where there is more than one stream in the file. Neither will it scan these streams for most of the time, only 2% or less are succesfull. Then it will scan only the first stream PID found. The drop stream selector, doesn't see the other streams.
I also have a request which will enhance your program. With the mux streams that have more than one stream in them. I need a way to extract these streams, as yet no tool can do this correctly. For the .TS videos i have. Except for vrd, but vrd wants to modify them. VRD Dan has said there is no way to stop it doing that in vrd, at all. If you could implement this into m2r to extract streams from mux .TS files unmodified, that will be of a great help to me, i'm sure to other m2r users too.
And support for SD .MPG program streams that i record with, just as much as .TS streams.