Another update. I'm using TS files because I use the multirecord feature.
To get recordings onto a DVD, the steps are:
- Demux with ProjectX Portable, cutting out ads if desired. Produces an m2v and an mp2 file.
- Remux (?) with Imago MPEG Muxer (got this as part of AVS to DVD installation). Produces MPG file.
- Create an ISO using BurnDVDx2 (the GBPVR plugin).
- Burn the ISO using ImgBurn. (This is just the way I chose to do it).
It would be great if BurnDVD supported ts files, but it seems a pretty conplicated thing, after what I've been through this weekend!
Hope this helps someone out there (probably me in the future).
Windows 7 32 bit, NBPVR 2.0.3. Asus P5LD2, C2D E4500 2.2Ghz, 2GB ram, 100GB volume (system), sep 1TB drive (Recordings). 2 hauppauge tuners: HVR 3000 and Nova-S, both using DVB-S for NZ freeview. Graphics: PCI-e Nvidia 8600, using TV Out to S-Video on a 34" Panasonic CRT TV.