I currently have the TiVo XL 4, I use that to record my HD content, and transfer it to PC for later editing. I've been using Handbrake, but I know that's not the "proper" and "scene" way to encode any type of video. I know avisynth is the only tool to use for proper encoding. I've heard others say it's not a good idea to use cookie cutter templates from other sources, or shows, but avisynth is so over my head, I don't think I'd ever learn how to code for my own RAW files. That is why I was wondering if anyone has an avisynth script that works with .TIVO files created from the XL4 in mind? If it helps, here's the video codec info from my RAW files: Code: File: Name : J:\TiVO Recordings (RAW)\My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic - ''A Canterlot Wedding - Part 1'' (Recorded Feb 3, 2013, HUBHD).TiVo Size : 2.764 GB Duration : 00:32:01.01 Mux type : TiVo TS TS mux rate : 18.211 Mbps Video: Encoding : MPEG2 VideoStreamID : x1B4F Frame rate : 29.97 fps Encoding size : 1920 x 1080 Aspect ratio : 16:9 Header bit rate : 14.664 Mbps VBV buffer : 976 KBytes Profile : Main@High Progressive : Prog or Int Chroma : 4:2:0 Bit rate : 10.683 Mbps Audio Stream: 1 (Primary) Codec : AC3 Format : AC3 stream Channels : 5.1 PID : x1B50 PES Stream Id : xBD Bit rate : 384 Kbps Sampling rate : 48000 Sample size : 16 bits I'm capping both live action, and animation, so I know I'd need at least two scripts. Also, the biggest thing for me is being able to deinterlace/decomb properly. I've used Handbrake to try and deinterlace/decomb my files, but after using the DECOMB filter, I can still see some interlacing lines every so often, and it's quite annoying. A script that would properly handle that would be great. As for file size anywhere between 700-850MB for a 30min.(22min. without commercials) episode is fine. Thanks to anyone that can help me out! Perhaps finally I can get my stuff to "scene" standards.