I upgraded to V5, which cost me £17.86. I have not used it very much since, so can't really comment on the changes in the new version.
I have been using VideoReDo TVSuite for a number of years, and as a satisfied customer, would recommend it to anyone.
That's for all the replies. I already use VRD, just wondered if it was worth stumping up the 18 quid to upgrade.
For some reason BBC HD programmes take forever to process even though there are fewer cuts and wondered if the upgrade would make it any quicker.
. Are these DVB-T2 sourced (aac audio and mixed 1080p/1080i gops) or DVB-S2 (ac3 audio and all 1080i)
Couldn't honestly say, the majority are films straight from the Humax HDR, on BBC HD. HD films from the commercial channels (and this is saving to a network drive) usually take 5 or 6 minutes, but any BBC HD typically takes twice as long maybe more.
Probably a daft question, but is there anything different about BBC HD?
That's far faster than anything I've ever achieved and no difference between BBC and commercial channels. Must be something at my end. Thanks for all the time and effort.
You haven't by any chance set the output to a different standard as the source file ? If you do the whole file has to be recoded, not just the edit points. My output was set to H264/AVC .ts format (The same as the source)