Hi, first of all thank you for such a great product! Channels is easy to use (it passes the wife test), clean and fast. Good job!
My setup is quite typical: Souped-up Synology NAS as media server, Fire TV sticks 4K on all our TVs, HDHomeRun Prime for cable. Now, we have a bunch of movies and tv shows converted to MKV on our NAS. What would you recommend in terms of using as few apps as possible to "consume" all our media: shows recorded by Channels, MKV files, photos, etc? So far I've been jumping back and forth between Kodi and Channels, depending on what I wanted to watch. Are there any plans to extend Channels to also play MKV files in my media library so that I wouldn't need to do that? Or, what would you recommend to simplify this process and make it wife-proof
Also, on a related note. Can someone share their solution for transcoding Channels' MPEG files into MKV (after they have been recorded)? My Synology can handle it, and I've seen a few different approaches (involving Docker, HandBrakeCLI, or ffmpeg). I would like to setup a task that watches the Recordings folder and converts those files to save space on my NAS.