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How can change video container from .mov to .mp4 without touching the video itself? Preferably a GUI app.

I have a bunch of videos in .mov and since .mp4 is more widespread I want to use that, but I don't want to lose any quality.

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You could do that with ffmpeg:

ffmpeg -i video.mov -vcodec copy -acodec copy video.mp4

This will just change containers, but obviously will only work with a codec that ffmpeg supports.

Edit: if you absolutely need a GUI, you could use Automator to create a Drag & Drop target, like this:

Automator

  • Already know about this, looking for a simple GUI way of doing it. – Sindre Sorhus Jul 19 '11 at 23:17
  • Frankly, it doesn't get any easier than this, but you can use Automator to create a Drag & Drop target. I've edited my answer to reflect that. – René Jul 20 '11 at 7:24
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QuickTime 7 Pro.
Again, only if it is in a codec allowed for MP4s.

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It is also known as rewrapping.

Open the file with MPEG Streamclip (freeware, adware-free) and choose File > Save As…, then choose the format: MP4.

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