Now that visualhub has stopped development, and handbrake is now available for many different file types, is handbrake a technologically better or more efficient encoder for converting .mov,.avi,.divx,.mkv to .mp4,.m4v ? has anyone done some empirical tests, or can make an argument one way or the other for using handbrake over Visual Hub for this type of encoding? I have used handbrake to do all my DVD encoding, but the ability to increase the level of the volume output is really a feature that I would miss moving over exclusively to handbrake for all my encoding jobs. Is there a good/easy way to increase volume output after handbrake is done encoding a file, so the level is acceptable when playing through the speaker on the iphone ? AFAIK there are no plans to make this feature available on HB. Also for those that use visualhub, have you migrated over to handbrake almost entirely since the new file type support, or do you still use visual hub for the bulk of your non DVD encoding?