[Matroska-users] Hi, I have a question about matroska
rolf.ernst at 24hourloop.com
Fri Nov 14 18:29:08 CET 2008
while the Matroska is a bit more efficient than others, the size reduction
you can expect from simply remuxing it will be marginal. You have the option
of recompressing the video with a codec with better efficiency such as h.264
in your case. You should be able to achieve roughly a quarter of the size of
the original file (depending on your exact settings during recompression)
with minimal loss in quality. The output of that compression would be a good
candidate for the Matroska container (instead of MP4).
On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 1:56 AM, Anson Lin <rukawatung at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Sir/Madan,
> How are you?
> My name is Anson. I have an MPEG2 file which is 1.4GB, and I'd like to
> convert it to MKV file to reduce its size and remain the quality at the same
> time. The ideal size is about 350MB. I've tried MKVToolNix and VirtualDubMod
> a little bit, but it seems didn't work for my purpose.
> Could you please advise me how can I get it done?
> Thanks in advance.
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