Hi Guys, 1st post on the forum so hello to all! I've decided to get an apple tv 3 for watching movies so i can stop using the laptop with hd cable. All movies are stored on a NAS which is hard wired to my router. Plan is to hard wire the tav into the router and all should be good. I'm a heavy downloader though so not sure if this will have an affect on replay whilst downloading? Anyway, on topic, i've got the best part of 3TB of mkv's. The majority are x.264 with either dts/ac3, dts/dd5.1, dd5.1, dts hd, dts es6.1. Obviously a fair few of these will have subs as well whether thats hard coded or switchable. So, i've got a lot of converting to be done. Preferably batch converting doing a handful at a time. I don't want any drop in video quality and would like to keep the dts audio if possible for future use through a dts hd/dd hd capable receiver in my audio system. All will be done on my 2011 mbp which dual boots with windows 7 so which os its done on doesn't make a difference. I've read through a few threads but there seems to be loads of suggestions with a lot of them involving a few processes to get to the end product. Could someone post a definitive step by step walk through for doing this in the simplest way possible?