I'm using the VirtualDub MPEG2 version and want to remove logo's from my MPEG2 files. I use TMPGENC to encode the files that are modified in VirtualDub using the Frame Server function. However following the tutorials to remove the logo's yielded files that were originally 2.5GB they somehow compressed down to 350MB. Naturally with this unwanted compression I get unwanted visual artifacts etc. Has anyone used this process to remove the logo's without altering the video quality? Are there special settings within TMPGenc that need to be set to retain the original video quality? If so, what or where can I find these settings? Here is the method that I have been using to remove the logo's. 1) Open VirtualDub and load a MPEG2 file. 2) Open filters and add Delogo and then configure to remove logos. 3) Then select Video Compression and here is where I select Uncompressed. 4)Then I open Frameserver 5) Then I open TmpgEnc to encode the files As mentioned before the original size was 2.5GB , after doing the above processes the filesize became 350MB. I don't want to compress anything video or audio , all I want to do is remove the logo's. I have tried other settings such as : select in Audio & Video processing modes..."Direct Stream Copy" or "Full Processing Mode"... Neither option yielded an uncompressed file. By the way when I used Direct Stream Copy it took over 18+ hours. Another point to mention is that in all cases the audio was synced with the video. Any help, comments, tutorials etc will be appreciated. Thanks!