I know other people are having the same problem as me, but so far, I have not come across a solution yet. When I load a .ts file into VideoReDo for cutting, it creates big blocks during some scenes.
However, when I play the .ts file in a program such as Media Player Classic, these blocks do not appear. It's rather annoying because the reason I chose VideoReDo was because I though this would've been the perfect program for me (Other programs such as MPEG2Schnitt or HDTVtoMPEG2 would create these scratching noises where the commercials used to be after I would cut them out).
I've attached an image of what the blocks look like.
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I'm a VideoReDo user as well, and I had a similar issue. I posted my problem with "localized pixilation blocks" (for lack of an official term) on the VideoReDo support forum. Link:
Per the advice on that thread, I downloaded and installed the VRD Beta, and so far my issue is resolved. Hope this helps.
I use VideoReDo all the time and I do edit TS files with it, although I do not save to that format. I have not updated my version in a long time, but I also have never had this problem. Maybe it's something they introduced accidentally into more recent releases.
Thanks for the answers. I've been using VideoReDo TVSuite version 184.108.40.2065, maybe I need to downgrade to an older version then.
As for jagabo, it happens both when I view the input through VideoReDo, as well as the output.
However, when I view the input with Media Player Classic, there are no blocks that appear.
For now, I think I'll just use MPEG-VCR. It doesn't seem to have this problem.
My version is 220.127.116.112. I remembered after checking the version number that I refused to pay the fee to upgrade to version 3.x because the version I have does everything I wanted. An upgrade for me would be paying for nothing.