I understand, but seems like it would be beneficial to a lot of people to prevent larger file sizes. MCEBuddy can already tell the bitrate of the file so I wouldn’t think it would need to be a metadata field or anything specific/different.
Let me ask you this, I set up approximately 4 different profiles based on bitrates to somewhat solve the issue. I know there is a bitrate selection filter in the expert settings window.
My problem is let’s say I have a file that is 10,000 bitrate and I have a selection for anything greater than 2,000 and a selection for anything greater than 6,000. How can I just have it do the conversion task for the greater than 6,000 kbps bitrate task instead of doing both?
Would be nice if you could do a range selection.
If I can figure out how to get it to only do one conversion task/profile I can manage to work around the issue and provide a more consistent conversion without some files being larger than original. This isn’t ideal, but could work well enough.
Thanks for the help.