I got a question specially for the Mac HB users.
I do have old mpg videofiles (720x576) and have to convert them into mp4 or mov to be able to import them into iMovie or DaVinci. So my objective is to convert them, not to reduce the file size.
I made use of HB to convert some of these mpg files into mp4. I also used the export function of Quicktime to convert the same mpg files into mov files.
At first glance I don’t see remarkable differences in quality between the mp4 and the mov files. But I noticed that the conversion process of the HB files took way way more time.
Considering that my aim is only to get appropriate files for iMovie or Davinci (in this case mp4 or mov) , why should I use HB (mp4) if converting by the export mode in Quicktime gives me the same quality (for mov) but in much less time.?
Am I overlooking something?
Thanks in advance for any advice.
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