When I was installing the latest Catalyst drivers, there were some options I wasn't familiar with. These were the AMD Accelerated Video Transcoding and the Drag-and-drop transcoding. As I understand it, at least with the drag-and-drop transcoding, you need to have a device that supports the Media Transfer Protocol; I take this to mean the graphics card must support it as well. What the drag-and-drop transcoding allows you to do is more or less literal, in that you can drag-and-drop a media file from your computer to a device and have it automatically transcoded to the format that device supports. As for Accelerated Video Transcoding, there are a plethora of posts with people concerned why it pops up on startup, whereas the information as to what it exactly is is few and far between. Can anyone explain what AMD Accelerated Video Transcoding is? Also, does the Radeon HD 4000 series and earlier support the MTP? Thanks in advance!