Many of you are probably aware of a thread I made about streaming video to the Wii U, transcoding from non-MP4 to MP4, but after finding about how I can set up IIS on my Windows machine and simply hold MP4 videos there so I can play them back, I figured I'll go with that option until a media server method is formed. Of course by doing this, I have to convert my files to MP4 first. Most of them are MKV, and I found multiple programs that can remux from MKV to MP4 without having to re-encode the entire file (just the audio). The rest can simply be done by full re-encoding. Unfortunately, this remuxing causes a problem with the resulting file, and not just with the Wii U. The videos play fine, but the moment I try and seek to a different position, the videos either restart to the beginning (on the Wii U), or freeze completely (in Windows). I've also done complete re-encoding (which I will do on non-MKV videos), and while that doesn't seem to have any problems, it obviously takes a lot longer to process that remuxing, and I saw some quality reduction in the video. Is there a way to fix this seeking problem, or am I S.O.L and will just have to take the long approach?