best handbrake settings for you tube ?

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xlon
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best handbrake settings for you tube ?

Post by xlon »

I´m trying to rip a dvd for uploading on you tube.
After you tubes processing with the file the audio is out of sync and
a lot of flickering is added.

Whats the best handbrake settings for ripping when you tube is the end destination ?

thanks,
x
dynaflash
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Post by dynaflash »

Uuum, you are seriously uploading a ripped dvd to youtube ?
xlon
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Post by xlon »

it´s my own stuff.
turnkit
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youtube upload specs

Post by turnkit »

Youtube says the best upload spec is

MPEG4 (Divx, Xvid) format
320x240 resolution
MP3 audio
30 frames per second

http://www.google.com/support/youtube/b ... opic=10526

It would be nice to have a HANDBRAKE PRESET for 'DVD to YOUTUBE.'

not sure about the audio rate 48 or 44.1
golias
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Re: youtube upload specs

Post by golias »

turnkit wrote:Youtube says the best upload spec is

MPEG4 (Divx, Xvid) format
320x240 resolution
MP3 audio
30 frames per second

http://www.google.com/support/youtube/b ... opic=10526

It would be nice to have a HANDBRAKE PRESET for 'DVD to YOUTUBE.'

not sure about the audio rate 48 or 44.1
One of the nice features of 8.5.1b is that you can build your own presets.

I'm guessing that 44.1 audio would be the better choice in this case, by the way.

With the new Apple/YouTube partnership thing going on with AppleTV, you might see YouTube slowly ramping up their video specs in the immediate future.
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