Its not that bad actually...
MKV - Video (H.264, VC1, MPEG2,) What else.. 2 - 5 more.. not too bad
MKV - Audio (DTS, AC3, FLAC, PCM) What else 2 - 5 more not too bad
You dont need to do the combination of video to audio as it doesnt matter. Its the container that dictates not the audio or video combination.
And with regards to containers.. keep it to the popular ones:
MPEG, M2TS, MKV, VOB, MP4, MOV, AVI - What else?? 2 - 5 more...
But I see your point.. try it out and lets see..
Originally Posted by candre23
Yes, but a handful of containers times a handful of video codecs times a handful of audio codecs times a handful of subtitle formats equals a whole lot of combinations. Considering that all of the streamers listed above can handle most
of the codec / container combinations, it would make more sense (and take up far less space) to list what they don't
For instance, the Mvix Ultio can't handle multichannel FLAC, doesn't do DTS downmix, only has limited SSA/ASS sub support and has trouble with 1080p h.264 video with more than ~6 reframes.
It's much more compact to type that than to list the hundred or so combinations that it does play.