I've been making DVDs for several years, and have a nice workflow from Avisynth to HCEnc and GfD.
Now I've got a TV that can directly support MKV, so I'm looking to produce those.
I would like to keep using Avisynth scripts as my source, as if I'm going to reencode a video I like to tweak the filters.
What options are there?
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Just an FYI.. Freemake is free.. for a $5 donation I got full version that Automatically crops out black borders plus more.... best deal for a working converter.... coverts well (if a bit slow) to nearly all formats
Still having problems with AVS with VOB, but seems to work well with other formats.... also has a better effects editor than free-make.. but I still use my Nero for these... but found the free open source "DVDStyler" to be easier to created menus than NERO.