I use ffmpeg to transcode videos into a number of different formats. These change on a regular basis. I understand the basics of the command lines, but every once in a while I get hung up. Instead of breaking a sweat for a couple hours to "figure it out." I am looking for an expert that I can call/pay to give me the command line for the intended output format. For instance...If I need an [url removed, login to view] quicktime mov at 320x240, 128Kbps, AAC stereo audio at 96 Kbps.....give me the command line for it.
In your response, explain your ffmpeg command line experience.