I have this problem with Handbrake and a quick Google search shows me many others have the same problem. That is the low sound level of converted videos/movies. When I play, say the BBC iPlayer or other such things, I have great sound levels, however with a film converted using Handbrake it's whisper quiet. I have read it might not be Handbrake's fault as such as with a movie there is an increaed dynamic range so that loud bits are REALLY loud, but this means normal bits are extra quiet. So, perhaps for iPad viewing of films (given the poor speaker anyway) The best idea would be to compress the sound into a more narrow dynamic range and make it all LOUDER so it's more enjoyable on the tablet. Given this, if this is the case. Are their any ways to make Handbrake do this, or are there other programs that can convert videos into iPad compatible format AND give a nice strong audio track? Thanks. I'm sure there are many many people who would like an answer to this problem.