No I said it might be an issue if you ripped them to MKV. M2V should be fine. The reason I jumped to that is because there is a popular tool called MakeMKV that rips DVDs and BluRays to MKV and I just assumed that’s what you used. MKV is the only format that has the issue I described, so you can completely ignore everything I said in that reply.I have another question.
You said there may be an issue if I ripped the DVD's straight to m2v files. Would that still be the case if I ripped them in VRD straight to Elementary streams since it does the QSF during the process?
I'm asking because the mpg files I'm using were ripped with another program years ago and I just got to thinking if I could rip the DVD's in VRD straight to Elementary streams then the entire process would be done in VRD and I'd skip the step of saving to mpeg then converting to Elementary streams in QSF.
Like I mentioned I have issues and the thought of doing it all with one program instead of two REALLY appeals to me, even if it means ripping everything again!
So do you think that would be worth doing or am I insane? LOL