Quote, Originally Posted by mduell
It's tough to give good advice here with so little information. As was discovered in the HB forum, many of the files just need remuxing and possibly audio reencoding rather than degrading the video by transcoding.
Yeah... I think this is going to be the road I'm going to head down, at least for making my .mkv files iOS compatible. I'm still scratching my head on how to handle the hundreds of avi, mov, wmv movie files I have that need to be iOS compatible but can't be re-muxed.
Basically I'm lazy, and I know that you could always get a better result fine-tuning each individual movie file by encoding, then tweaking settings and re-encoding, etc... but there is no chance I'll be doing that because I work a day job and have two kids that would like to know their father.
Needless to say, I am in search of the best batch-processing solution I can find to ensure that my movies are as close to the original quality as possible, while at the same time being iOS/aTV compatible.