Hey, I'm relatively new to audio/video conversions and want to convert or rip music videos I'm stingy when it comes to loss of audio quality though. I've read that converting one lossy audio format(e.g mp3) to another lossy format(e.g acc) will result in loss of audio quality, since they discard bits during the conversion. My question is what happens if i convert a music video with mp3 audio, to another video format (might be the same format, with some adjustments, or an entirely different video format) with the mp3 audio and same audio kbps as original (and all the audio settings the same as original) Would the video converter do something like this? Decode audio>uncompress it > encode audio(i think this is where more bits gets lost) > compress it Or that just applies from converting 1 audio format/codec to another different one? Would it just take the audio untouched and stick it with the new video, so no audio quality is lost?