Mr Froggy wrote:
Any update on this? Devs?
Use this "Freemake Video Converter"
I use it to convert .mp4 nauts exported vids into .mp4 files encoded under freemake's encoder that can be opened in sony vegas.
The quality is the same.
No. By definition it pretty much can't be.
Something is always lost along the way, each time you run data through an encoder like that. In fact, that is partially the point of encoding - compression, to save space by getting rid of "excess" data.
Whether or not this loss of data ends up becoming noticeable in the file may be subjective, but *objectively* the file is always going to be lower quality after each re-encoding.