Your right, MLS, and I use tmpgenc most of the time.
My problem is, about 20% of my mpeg2 captures
are deemed "non-compliant" by both tmpgenc AND
dvdlabs, and I cannot get either of them to create
the DVD folder with these non-complinat mpeg2's
(the reason for this has eluded me, even after
extensive research, but I now suspect somehow the
audio portion of the capture gets messed up, because
bespliced always indicates a sound error at byte 384
when I have a non-compliant mpeg2 file).
The result is not quiet as good as tmpgenc, though,
because NeoDVD would NOT burn the DVD to
disk (it kept saying the size was too large for
a disc - which is false, but, what can I do?)
So I have to use NERO to burn these DVD folders,
and the result works ok in my DVD players but
fails when I try to view them on my PC - yet another
If there were some top-notch program that would
examine an mpeg2 file and report back what exactly
is wrong with it and why it is non-compliant and also
give me a feasable way to correct it, now that would
be the ideal solution.