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  1. I have WinFF and I am trying to convert an UHD .mp4 file to .ts. I don't see the option to do this. Is there a different extension that would work better for UHD or can I somehow just enter the .ts code? I don't want to lose any resolution if possible. My Tv supports AVI, MKV, ASF, 3GP, MOV, FLV, VRO, VOB, PS, TS AND SVAF.

    Thanks in advance for any help,
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    You can remux to mkv with mkvmerge.
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    No need to convert with ffmeg if your tv supports uhd mkv since all mvkmerge does is remuxes it to another container,the video isn't touched.
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  4. I have a program that only accepts files in .ts format for streaming, so need an mp4/mkv/avi to .ts converter. I assume mkvmerge only outputs mkv?
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  5. BugMagnet: I was going to suggest the Video To Video Converter and just change the container and direct stream copy. However when I experimented with a .mp4 and chained the container to .ts it failed. I do the direct stream process for changing .flv to .mp4 files and it usually works but I suspect it is because the specs are so close to each other. I would imagine Video To Video Converter could convert the files but it would take some time. It does have .ts output option.

    I would suggest make a copy of your files and experiment with those in video to video converter. This way you can see if it does what you want and you still have your untouched originals just in case. Video To Video Converter does have a batch mode if that would be helpful but I would just try one or two at first and see how that goes.
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    Use tsmuxer to output to ts,it will not covert the file.
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  7. thanks for that tip johns0
    sadly it has been abandoned prematurely. Batch processing would have been nice. but it does work and fast. ty
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