I stopped using RTVedit once VideoReDo became available. I use VideoReDo to strip out unwanted parts of the ReplayTV MPEG and then use TMPGEnc DVD Author or Nero to create and burn the DVD. It always works perfectly.
|Originally Posted by chain777|
It depends on the software you use. Some (Ulead, Nero) can burn Replay files natively, but others need to transcode.
|Is this fault of the authoring program.|
|Originally Posted by RS250 Chester|
Thanks for the info, I'll try burning a CD straight from an MPEG stream.
I do have a question for a program I burned. I ran RTVedit and convert for a program that I recorded in High. I then imported it to ULead Studio and burned a disk. When I played it on a stand alone DVD player, it played fine, but it was somewhat blurry and jittery in motion sequences of the program (its a racing show). So I ran the MPEG streams from my computer using Windows Media and the picture looks fine in both the Replay MPEG and the converted MPEG.
Why am I getting this subtle jitter on motion portions of the program. Is this fault of the authoring program.