I am converting a H265 video file(MKV) to a MP4 H264 file as my media player can't handle H265 file.
To me, sound quality is more important than video quality.
How can I be sure that the audio part is intact when conversion finished?
I use Aimersoftvideo converter ultimate and there is a parameter to choose from - "keep original".
Is it technically possible to keep original for audio when converting video - especially from H265 to H264?
Another question is that the file size becomes bigger(which is natural) than original in this conversion.
But not always and sometimes it becomes smaller - This does not make sense to me.
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Can you please explain in detail? I can see those audio and video file from the MKVTollNix.
Should I separate audio file from it and replace with it in MP4 H264 ? how? Thanks!
1 Add both video files to the program (they will be displayed in the window labeled "Source files:");
2 Remove the tick from unnecessary video and audio stream / track (the operating table is called "Tracks, chapters and tags:");
3 Choose a place to save the result of work ("Destination files").
4 Start MULTI-PLEXING (the program will unify the selected audio and video streams in the *.mkv container).
I hope the religion of your player will reproduce the .mkv container.