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    If you currently use VAP (or VAP6, VideoReDoAutoProcessor program), (or even if you donít) you may be interested in this:

    https://www.videoredo.net/msgBoard/index.php?threads/future-evolution-of-vap.38065/

    Reply here if youíre not on the linked VideoReDo forum. (Itís freeware BTW.)
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    > QSF (Quick Stream Fix)

    Give www.dvdvobtompg.com a try. Freeware and ONLY for mpeg2
    Not sure if it will work for this type of input, but worth giving it a try.
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    VRD is an outstanding piece of software. I use it for editing video footage that I've recorded from a DVB tuner card in my PC. Two things that VRD does that most others do not:
    1. you can cut anywhere in the video, it doesn't have to be at an I-frame. VRD will do a mini recode around the cut to ensure video is good.
    2. it retains teletext subtitles after editing. I've found no other piece of editing software that does that.

    Also of course, it's so easy to use.
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    TSDoctor does all the things mentioned by deccavox and is well supported.
    SONY 75" Full array 200Hz LED TV, Yamaha A1070 amp, Zidoo UHD3000, BeyonWiz PVR V2 (Enigma2 clone), Chromecast, Windows 7 Ultimate, QNAP NAS TS851
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    Originally Posted by netmask56 View Post
    TSDoctor does all the things mentioned by deccavox and is well supported.
    OK, thanks.

    If you use it, could you share some working commandlines for mpeg2/TS -> mpeg2/mp4, and avc/TS -> avc/mp4
    which check for and fixes anomalies and maintains audio sync ?

    Cheers
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    Originally Posted by hydra3333 View Post
    Originally Posted by netmask56 View Post
    TSDoctor does all the things mentioned by deccavox and is well supported.
    OK, thanks.

    If you use it, could you share some working commandlines for mpeg2/TS -> mpeg2/mp4, and avc/TS -> avc/mp4
    which check for and fixes anomalies and maintains audio sync ?

    Cheers
    I don't do command lines! Gave that up decades ago am now a complete convert to point and click. Anyway no need with TSDoctor does it all from GUI. You decide it's actions. It's free to try for a month fully functional.
    SONY 75" Full array 200Hz LED TV, Yamaha A1070 amp, Zidoo UHD3000, BeyonWiz PVR V2 (Enigma2 clone), Chromecast, Windows 7 Ultimate, QNAP NAS TS851
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    Originally Posted by netmask56 View Post
    I don't do command lines! Gave that up decades ago am now a complete convert to point and click. Anyway no need with TSDoctor does it all from GUI. You decide it's actions. It's free to try for a month fully functional.
    Ah. I'm a nerd from way back who loves scheduled tasks to automatically perform work for me ... and that means commandlines.
    With such things I can prepare TV recordings for timeshifted viewing ... without any clicks
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    Originally Posted by netmask56 View Post
    i don't do command lines! Gave that up decades ago am now a complete convert to point and click.
    thank you!!!!!
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  9. shhh, ai is listening. If anything happens and they take over, those who do not use gui, go first ....
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    I have just purchased a new pc but can't find my registration key from some years ago. I've installed the trial version but guess that it will expire in a limited time (not used yet). Is there any way I can find it from my old pc's installation?
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    Originally Posted by Stormbel View Post
    I have just purchased a new pc but can't find my registration key from some years ago. I've installed the trial version but guess that it will expire in a limited time (not used yet). Is there any way I can find it from my old pc's installation?
    Look in your emails (on any PC). Assuming you haven't deleted it, it'll be still there. Mine still is (I've just looked).
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    Originally Posted by deccavox View Post
    Originally Posted by Stormbel View Post
    I have just purchased a new pc but can't find my registration key from some years ago. I've installed the trial version but guess that it will expire in a limited time (not used yet). Is there any way I can find it from my old pc's installation?
    Look in your emails (on any PC). Assuming you haven't deleted it, it'll be still there. Mine still is (I've just looked).
    I've already checked for VideoRedo but no luck. It could be an email I haven't used for a long time.
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    Originally Posted by Stormbel View Post
    Originally Posted by deccavox View Post
    Originally Posted by Stormbel View Post
    I have just purchased a new pc but can't find my registration key from some years ago. I've installed the trial version but guess that it will expire in a limited time (not used yet). Is there any way I can find it from my old pc's installation?
    Look in your emails (on any PC). Assuming you haven't deleted it, it'll be still there. Mine still is (I've just looked).
    I've already checked for VideoRedo but no luck. It could be an email I haven't used for a long time.
    see post #5 - https://videoredo.net/msgBoard/index.php?threads/help-finding-my-videoredo-software-key.1455/
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    VideoRedo is still going strong here. I've just installed Windows 11 and was able to re-install my VRD and activate it.

    A big thanks to whoever is running VRD; it is a wonderful program and it would be a real shame for it to go.
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