Hmm .. i have done further testing ..
I forgot to mention that the computer i am running todvrms on is a virtual machine ( Windows 7 Ultimate in a Hyper-V environment )
All mpeg2 files converted work fine, but h264 content gets wrong.
I just formatted and reinstalled windows 7 + dvrmstoolbox - but the problem is still the same.
I did the conversion process on a "physical" computer, and - success !! the wtv file works.
What could be the problem on converting just h264 in a virtual machine ?
c0bra, were you able to figure out how to convert MKV to WTV in a
Hyper-V VM? Each time I try, the resulting WTV stutters. Only seems to
work if converted on a physical machine w/ a physical hard drive. I've
tried to use DVRMSToolbox on WS2012 to convert mkv to wtv but it
doesn't appear to be compatible. Tried using both a LOCAL and SYSTEM
account without success. If possible to update this app for
compatibility w/ Win8/2012 it would be incredible.