I'm using Elgato's EyeTV software to make recordings of live TV. What I want to be able to do is to edit commercials out of the recordings and burn them to DVD for playback through a normal TV / DVD player. Currently I am editing eyeTV footage using eyeTV itself but is is rather tedious because the editing interface is rather poor. I am then exporting the recordings in .mpg format and having Burn convert them to .mp4 and burn them to DVD. I was wondering if there is a better way of doing this? As expected, there's quite a sharp decrease in video quality, but this exporting to MPG format seems to be the only way to fit a 2 hour recording onto a single layer DVD for TV playback? I'm not expecting miracles really because these eyeTV recordings are far from HD quality. But I'm thinking there must be an application which can offer further editing and burning functions? Elgato tell me I should be using Toast Titanium, but software review sites aren't actually praising the latest version (version 10) at the moment, so I'm not really sure where to go next. I'd be interested to know what others are using currently. Thanks!