I have several videos in different formats I want to convert to the same format for the sake of both uniformity and hard disk space. I've looked at the difference in quality after a test conversion, and I'm not bothered by the essentially non-existant decrease in quality (especially since the publication medium for these is going to be YouTube). For this, I've used MPEG Streamclip, and it's super-awesome. The batch file tool is like sliced bread, toasted, glazed with a whisper of butter and honey. My problem comes in when I look at the output information... everything is created and modified today... right now. It's sufficiently important that the date be when the video happened that I'd *almost* keep the original videos at their bloated state, drifting across my media like bloodflies fattened up after a night draining hapless yeoman on a sultry night rather than lose the info. I'm also sufficiently lazy that I don't want to go in and change the information by hand (which I'm not sure how to do, yet, anyway), as it's more than a handful. Is there a setting in streamclip that I've not yet divined that will allow me to keep the date/time stamp? If not, is there some tool which will copy the metadata over between two files (identically named or otherwise), in batch-quantities? Edit: There's a note about version 1.9.3b3 that says it preserves the modification date of files in some conversions, but I can't find any details beyond that.