Mr Luck, I wasn't actually blaming anyone, just stating some facts. It really would have been difficult to append what I did without having burned a Blu Ray disc first. I hope I didn't offend you with my comments about the quality of the programming.
For the record, I own Vegas Pro/DVD-A 5.0, Nero and a few shareware programs for producing Blu-Ray discs. They all have their own quirks. I purchased DVDit Pro HD in hopes this would be a better piece of software. Pricewise it is certainly with Vegas Pro and word around the forums was that it could produce BD-Rs without transcoding. So I was hoping.
And yes, I think I stated that transport streams didn't work which I read in a previous append (after trying it). What I was asking is why .ts isn't supported? Also why should adding a transport stream cause the entire program to die? It seems better programming practices could help that situation.
Having a c drive seems to keep a lot of DVDit Pro HD problems from occurring. However I really placed those comments in my append to let other people without c drives know of this pitfall and save them some time.
And finally, what dialog box? I don't think I saw a dialog box that had anything, other than a generic statement, in it. I would like to know where this dialog box is so I can learn about how to make the files compliant. I believe that was my question in the previous append.
However, you are correct about one thing. In my line of work we produce software that human lives directly depend upon. So I do often look at unnecessary bugs maybe more critically than others might.
Thanks for your reply.