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- Sat Apr 06, 2013 12:55 pm
- Forum: Devices and Presets
- Topic: Encoding with huge wait time and low fps
- Replies: 9
- Views: 1092
Barring some miraculous advances in compression technology, you're always going to have to choose between small files and preserving grain/noise. Randomness simply does not compress well. You can scrub away the grain and get smaller files, but at the cost of an overall waxy picture. Or stay as true ...
- Sun Oct 28, 2012 5:09 pm
- Forum: General Questions
- Topic: Audio from multiple tracks
- Replies: 1
- Views: 410
Assuming that the different tracks are actually in sync with each other, you could simply remux your source before feeding it into handbrake. Use MakeMKV to rip both versions of the movie into MKV files and then MKVmerge to mux one file's audio track into the other.
Mp3tag will also do this. You just have to set the iTunEXTC tag to the proper values. For FSK ratings, that would be: TV: de-tv|ab 0 Jahren|75| de-tv|ab 6 Jahren|100| de-tv|ab 12 Jahren|200| de-tv|ab 16 Jahren|500| de-tv|ab 18 Jahren|600| Movies: de-movie|ab 0 Jahren|75| de-movie|ab 6 Jahren|100| de...
In the title drop down menu there is only 1 title, it doesn't allow me to select each chapter even though the chapter drop down says there are 22 chapters You would have to select the chapters individually. Next to the title drop down where it says "Chapters x through y", you'd have to select "1 th...
Playing and ripping are two entirely different scenarios. Players interpolate to gloss over read errors. Rippers need to be able to read the data perfectly. You could try something like Unstoppable Copier, but trying to get the scratches out for a perfect rip would probably be better (toothpaste hel...
- Fri Aug 31, 2012 12:49 pm
- Forum: Windows
- Topic: General advice for converting video collection
- Replies: 7
- Views: 1208
I note what you say and will leave the audio alone - am I right that if I choose Auto PassThru in the options, it will convert the video only and leave the audio as it is? (I shall do a few trial runs to see how MP2 works with .mkvs). Handbrake does not do MP2 passthrough. But you could extract it ...
- Thu Aug 23, 2012 1:38 pm
- Forum: Bugs
- Topic: [WinGUI] Add all to Queue & Foreign Audio Search
- Replies: 1
- Views: 383
I'm not sure if this feature is still considered experimental even in SVN builds, but I've used it quite a lot when encoding TV seasons. One issue that pops up every time is that Foreign Audio Search options are only applied to the first title in the queue, not all of them. I usually use Foreign Aud...
For starters, you will probably want to ditch DVD Decrypter, which is positively ancient and will choke on a lot of newer DVDs, and go with something like MakeMKV (free while in beta) or DVDfab.
As musicvid said, with thermal paste, less is more. It's only meant to bridge the gaps where direct metal-on-metal (heatspreader to heatsink) contact does not occur, not to be an extra layer between the two. Also, simply stuff your case with fans won't help. You need to create proper airflow. That m...
PAL DVDs and broadcasts typically use 720x576, so accounting for cropping, that resolution does make sense.TedJ wrote:Your source is also a HandBrake encode with a frame size of 720x752, which makes no sense at all.
According to the log, your source file has a display aspect ratio of 4:3. If that's wrong (i.e. the picture is stretched) you can set the display width manually by turning off "keep aspect ratio", setting "anamorphic" to custom and entering the correct width (for a height of 572 pixels that would be...
- Sat Jun 30, 2012 12:05 pm
- Forum: Windows
- Topic: Bypass screen resolution requirements ?
- Replies: 10
- Views: 1193
IMO, preventing Handbrake from running at all based solely on screen resolution is stupid. The only "argument" I've heard is that systems with a low resolution screen are likely to be netbooks which shouldn't run Handbrake to begin with, yet there's nothing stopping people from running Handbrake on ...
- Sat Jun 30, 2012 11:23 am
- Forum: Windows
- Topic: Confused by the various sub-title checkboxes
- Replies: 21
- Views: 1973
When I select BOTH burned-in and forced, the burned-in track never gets burned in. (Which is the problem I was reporting in the base-post.) I think you still misunderstand the concept of forced subtitles. Not every subtitle track has to contain forced subtitles. If your selected track contains no f...