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Old Jun 12, 2013, 10:49 AM   #126
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Originally Posted by RedRaven571 View Post
Sorry I haven't read all the replies so this may be a duplicate.

How about using subler to remux (.m4v is the output) then simply rename to .mp4?
Subler is an excellent tool for remuxing and will change the extension. No need to rename. I think mp4tools might be easier to use with DTS audio sources though as it will re-encode the DTS to AC3 5.1 and include a 2-channel AAC track for apple product compatibility.
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Old Jun 15, 2013, 08:22 AM   #127
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if the MKV is H264 based its very easy to convert...

i use iFlicks for my conversion, and its easy and quick to just use the iTunes compatible preset...HD TV show done in less than a just remuxes it
easiest conversion ever...if you want to encode it, even though there really isn't a reason to, you can do that with the presets and it will take about an hr for a 41 min TV show in 720P

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