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Good commerical removing and video converting software?

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I record a lot of television through Windows media center and I would like to remove the commercials and convert them into a standard format. I know there are a lot of program both free and pay that will do the job. I simply want one that will do the best job. Here are my requirements:
1) must support CUDA
2) must be able to read the format used by windows media center
3) must have a REALLY good commercial "zapper" (at least must to a good job of tagging them so I can easily remove them manually. -
4) Preferably do this will as little input from me as possible.


What are your suggestions?
EDIT: I am willing to pay for such software if it is superior.
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I have never heard of such software, but is it really that much of a pain to just skip the commercials or do it manualy. Just use a decent video editor, take out the parts you don't want(it's not very hard) and encode.
    
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I have never heard of such software, but is it really that much of a pain to just skip the commercials or do it manualy. Just use a decent video editor, take out the parts you don't want(it's not very hard) and encode.
I know Corel makes one and I have used it in the past but their "add zapper" is only so-so. Other than that, their software provides everything I need. I was just wondering if there was something better out there.
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