On my Windows 7 computer, I have several videos that need converting to an iOS-friendly format. I'd like to do this as efficiently as possible.
I have several kinds of videos:
- MKVs containing (h|x)264 video and mp3 or AAC2ch.
- AVI files containing any arbitrary video or audio stream.
I want to convert them to MP4s with h264 video with AAC2ch audio. On the Mac, I use MP4Tools and it does a great job. I can't find anything similar on Windows.
Is there an ffmpeg command, or an application that I can use that will simply pass-through the video when it's in the correct format? All of the Windows conversion software I have used just re-encodes the video, which adds a lot time, and reduces quality.