Agreed. I had a long look at what was best at editing files recorded by the Hummy (http://hummy.tv/forum/threads/hdr-fox-t2-file-ts-editing.273/) and although it's not free for the full version, the overall ease of function, intuitive GUI, speed at processing and saving the new files made it a clear winner for me. The license fee is well worth the time it's saved me. Plus if you're only working with the kids shows (like me) then they're all in SD so you only need TVSuite and not the more expensive TVSuite H264 which is the one that does HiDef files as well.Try VideoReDo
You might still be be able to evaluate - my eval copy had expired but it still let me edit files but limited the output files to only ten minutes long. (Although that was handy at the time when all I wanted to do was trim Fireman Sam episodes that were 9m50s long!! )My evaluation copy of VRD has now expired and I am unable to restest whatever is the latest version.
Hi Fenlander, I'm curious - why the keenness to save in Mp4 and mkv? I'm relatively new to video formats and stuff so are these better or smaller than ts/H264 files? I only want to convert some DVD's to a format I can store on my NAS drive, and be able to play them on the Hummy so I'm concentrating on the same format as output by the Hummy (and I get the full trick play with these files even when streaming off my NAS although it is DLNA which from what I've read, means it is fussier about file types). Are these other formats what other media players prefer? Thanks, Joneseyit still doesn't save an edited Hummy HD file in any format except .ts. Mp4 and mkv still fail to complete.