HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

General questions or discussion about HandBrake, Video and/or audio transcoding, trends etc.
n_s_simpson
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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by n_s_simpson » Wed Oct 08, 2008 12:11 am

Hi Everyone

One thing I have noticed after several days of playing with HandBrake...

When I try to backup a PAL DVD and select the Frame Rate as "Same as Source" it doesn't actually take notice of this. According to VLC the generated h.264 mp4 file was 3.055767

Now it seemed to play nicely on my PC and copying onto my PS3 worked fine and looked fine.

However, when streaming it using Twonky it was extremely choppy no matter on quality/file size.

When I realised the frame rate was wrong I set it manually to 25 and it now streams perfectly.

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by n_s_simpson » Wed Oct 08, 2008 12:52 pm

Oh also, not sure I understand the stuff about AC3 when generating a h264 file.

My DVD is 5.1 and my amplifier does not accept ACC. So AC3 5.1 is my only option.

Is this a limitation of HandBrake? I have produced files with 5.1 sound that works but not sure if it was HandBrake or DVDx.

I don't understand my there is no options to alter the sound within HandBrake. Is there a plugin?

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by rhester » Wed Oct 08, 2008 4:37 pm

Anonimozzo wrote:any luck with subtitles (.srt format) encoding mkv to mp4 ?? (ipod touch preset)
Not even on the roadmap. Please don't pollute a development thread with pony requests.

Rodney

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by n_s_simpson » Wed Oct 08, 2008 8:10 pm

Have I stumped everyone :cry:

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by rhester » Wed Oct 08, 2008 8:23 pm

Well, I personally don't understand the question. Yes, HandBrake supports generating AC3-in-MP4, as far as it can be as a God-awful hack. Does your particular playback device support this? We have no idea.

Rodney

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by iiro » Thu Oct 09, 2008 4:10 am

Nice!

I've successfully re-encoded two MKV movies to m4v containers with 720p H.264, AAC and AC3.
Added some tags and subtitles with Muxo, sweet.

I tried four others but they all crashed in the first pass (using Two pass, turbo first pass).
I used the Deux Six Quatre with 3000 kbs bitrate and Pyramidical B-frames disabled.

Anyways, I'm glad to see these snapshots as VishualHub closed down.
The HB encodes have much better quality at lower bitrates (VH using 5000 kb/s).
:)

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by n_s_simpson » Thu Oct 09, 2008 6:28 am

Sorry, to expand I am producing an mp4 file from my dvd which I put on a LinkStation running Twonky. I want to stream it to my ps3 with the best quality possible (max 1gb/hour file size), including 5.1 sound.

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by realityking » Thu Oct 09, 2008 3:45 pm

AFAIK the PS3 doesn't support AC3 in MP4 but does support AAC 5.1 (if you connect the PS3 trough HDMI to an AV Receiver).

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by n_s_simpson » Thu Oct 09, 2008 8:11 pm

Hi, and thanks for your comments.

Not sure I'm following entirely. Firstly after creating an mp4 file with h264 and AC3 it plays on the PS3 and says it's 2 channel. VNC 0.9.2 also says 2 channel.

I tried AAC but outputting that seems to not play through my amp. When I go into settings and untick AAC it plays but only with 2 channels. However on my PC VNC does confirm it has 6 channels.

I've created an mp4 file recently (not sure what program I used) and it's says it uses avc1 and mp4a. It's 6 channel sound.Just remembered that doesn't play on the PS3

This is what I was hoping to re-create.

I've just created another file using HandBrake and I've got 6 channel sound but have had to do it by creating an avi file with XVID and a52 codecs.

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by n_s_simpson » Thu Oct 09, 2008 9:57 pm

Okay sorry there are a few things wrong/missing on the previous post...

Using HandBrake svn 1797 I am trying to stream hi-res great sounding movies from my Twonky server to my PS3 but want a max of 1GB/hour file size.

I have tried mp4 file with h264 and AC3 but only get 2 channel sound via optical out of PS3 (PS3 and VLC say it's two channel).
I have tried avi file with XVID and AC3 but again only 2 channel sound.

I have tried mp4 file with h264 and AAC and it VLC says it's 5.1 and so does my PS3 but no sound via optical cable to my amp. When I turn off AAC in the sound options of my PS3 it then plays through the amp but only 2 channels.

The only file that I've got to work with 5.1 was one that I don't even know what I used to do it. Either DVDx, HandBrake or SUPER. I've tried all of them but came back to HandBrake. Anyway, VLC shows the details as XVID and a52. Just retried DVDx and just 2 channel output so I guess SUPER gave me 5.1

Problem I keep getting is jerky playback when streaming. Strange because some stuff is fine (even a hi-def independent movie that I downloaded - and paid for) but some of my stuff produced is jerky even in low res. I thought it was to do with frame rates but some of them are 25fps but still not smooth unless I save it on the PS3 HDD.

Any ideas?

Interestingly when I select AAC DPL2 I get a smooth video playback on my PS3 but selecting the 6 channel option makes playback jerky (unless saved on its HDD). That's with all video settings the same. So the question is whether streaming 6 channel sound (even if it's then down sampling when using AAC) is feasible. The file produced that will go through to my stereo as 5.1 is jerky so perhaps it's not worth persuing.

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by warchild » Fri Oct 10, 2008 12:37 pm

While converting an mkv file with DTS sound I noticed the activity log was making a 120-138ms audio sync adjustment on each frame. The resulting h264 file was unwatchable. The video was fine but the soundtrack pulsed from silence to LOUD and when it was decipherable it was apparent it was not from the same scene.
I assume this was a problem with the DTS, which is something I'm not sure Handbrake was intended to support. It did encode properly using VisualHub. (Of course, I prefer Handbrake from my BeOS days.)

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by nightstrm » Fri Oct 10, 2008 1:56 pm

Stop posting bugs here; follow the directions at the top of the snapshot page and create a new topic in the bugs section of the forum, including all of the necessary information.

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by jbrjake » Fri Oct 10, 2008 1:57 pm

Will all of you please stop using this thread to fish for support? The only reason you should be posting here is to ask questions about the changes in the snapshot. The download page clearly tells you how to go about reporting bugs, and the first post makes it quite blatant that there is no tech support for the snapshots.

On preview: what NightStorm said.

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Support for M2V sources?

Post by Sutekh » Sun Oct 12, 2008 3:45 am

Does the new build support M2V sources? I ask as I have tried a couple, and while the log analyses the file okay, no valid source is found. If indeed M2V sources are supported I will make a new thread in the support section with log file attached. Cheers.

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by job4031 » Mon Oct 13, 2008 6:27 pm

Under things to fix:
- Constant Quality Rate preset probably needs a lower quality level (60% - 55%)

Does this mean that this snapshot gives the same quality at a lower percentage CQR when compared to a previous snapshot/build? I assume that this snapshot improves/optimizes CQR performance. So a manual fix would be to lower my CQR value (ex I used 62% with snapshot 2 but should use 58% with snapshot 3)? I will test out some lower rates just want to know if I am understanding correctly.

-JD

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by TedJ » Mon Oct 13, 2008 11:01 pm

To reiterate jbrjake's request, please stop fishing for support in this thread! The only feedback we're looking for are properly submitted bug reports as outlined on the snapshot download page.

job4031 - Known issue... the CRF curves on the current x264 are quite different from the version bundled with HB 0.9.2. Expect most of the presets to be tweaked prior to the next stable release.

Sutekh - While Handbrake can read an M2V file, it ignores any track without audio. This behaviour may be changed in future.

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by jbrjake » Mon Oct 13, 2008 11:03 pm

job4031 wrote:Does this mean that this snapshot gives the same quality at a lower percentage CQR when compared to a previous snapshot/build?
Yes.

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by Sutekh » Tue Oct 14, 2008 3:10 am

TedJ: Thanks for that. I will mux the AC3 with the M2V for now and see how that goes.

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by job4031 » Mon Oct 20, 2008 7:04 pm

TedJ & jbrjake,

Thank you for the clarification, and to all the developers thank you for your continued work and improvement of this extraordinary tool. I have been getting some great all-in-one builds for my iPod touch w/ component output that also look good on my Macbook.

-JD

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by Conner » Fri Oct 24, 2008 7:24 am

not a bug for fishing for support, but a question...

"Universal input support, utilizing libavcodec from the FFmpeg project for decoding non-MPEG-2 video"

when I read this I got excited, as I would love to use Handbrake on my Photo-JPEG captures from my Blackmagic Intensity card that captures from HDMI out of my Dish PVR. Handbrake opens the files, but in the preview the colors are buggy, it looks like the reds are shifted downscreen or something, and when compressed the results are the same.

Trying to understand if this is something that the 'universal input support' should do, and this is a bug, or if it's something it's not designed to do. If I need to save it to some lossless codec before feeding it to Handbrake, I will still be one happy camper - but just need to know what file formats are supported.

Thanks

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by jbrjake » Fri Oct 24, 2008 4:46 pm

HandBrake currently only handles content that's in its native yuv420 planar layout. Color space conversion is on van's agenda.

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by Conner » Fri Oct 24, 2008 6:05 pm

Thank you for the answer. Still excited about this feature, I'll just need to wait until it's fully implemented (:

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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by maiki » Mon Oct 27, 2008 10:08 pm

I just encoded a video from non-copy-protected DVD with this snapshot, and something went way wrong.

The video is 1hr 14 min in length. I used the Ipod Hi-Rez preset, and only made a couple of changes:

1) I added chapter names, 31 of them!

2) Instead of the ABR setting of 1500 that is default with the preset, I changed it to CQ60.

3) I changed the audio abr from 160 to 128.

4) As the original video is interlaced, I set it for slow deinterlace. (I read in your documentation that the fast deinterlacing produces bad results, and that "slower" is much much slower.)

Nothing else changed from preset.

The result--a video--about 150 MB, video bitrate average 178kbps, audio 96kbps. Frame rate 29.968.

The audio sounds fine. But there is actually no video at all! Just a still snapshot, from somewhere later in the video, that looks VERY interlaced, which one sees on the screen all the time! Never changes! I tried with a few different media players (including Quicktime Pro and VLC), and all had the same result!

I guess I'll probably uninstall it, and go back to .92. (Or, can one install the older over the newer version, without uninstalling first?) But I thought I should let you know about this. Or, is there some way I can change settings of this version, so that won't happen again?

I'll post the contents of the hb_encode log below:

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[11:51:34] hb_init: checking cpu count
[11:51:34] hb_init: starting libhb thread
[11:51:34] thread 15627c8 started ("libhb")
HandBrake svn1797 (2008093001) - http://handbrake.fr/
2 CPUs detected
Opening D:\VIDEO_TS...
[11:51:34] hb_scan: path=D:\VIDEO_TS, title_index=1
[11:51:34] thread 1562920 started ("scan")
[11:51:34] scan: trying to open with libdvdread
[11:51:34] scan: DVD has 23 title(s)
[11:51:34] scan: scanning title 1
[11:51:34] scan: opening IFO for VTS 1
[11:51:34] pgc_id: 1, pgn: 1: pgc: 0x1565730
[11:51:34] scan: vts=1, ttn=1, cells=0->30, blocks=0->1582674, 1582675 blocks
[11:51:34] scan: duration is 01:14:08 (4448210 ms)
[11:51:34] scan: checking audio 1
[11:51:34] scan: id=a0bd, lang=English (LPCM), 3cc=eng
[11:51:34] scan: title 1 has 31 chapters
[11:51:34] scan: chap 1 c=0->0, b=0->21709 (21710), 61448 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 2 c=1->1, b=21710->125338 (103629), 332951 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 3 c=2->2, b=125339->126146 (808), 5177 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 4 c=3->3, b=126147->196125 (69979), 194759 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 5 c=4->4, b=196126->299593 (103468), 278804 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 6 c=5->5, b=299594->471932 (172339), 507454 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 7 c=6->6, b=471933->472747 (815), 5277 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 8 c=7->7, b=472748->537747 (65000), 197698 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 9 c=8->8, b=537748->616094 (78347), 227789 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 10 c=9->9, b=616095->696053 (79959), 198648 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 11 c=10->10, b=696054->697033 (980), 5131 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 12 c=11->11, b=697034->771030 (73997), 206531 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 13 c=12->12, b=771031->835087 (64057), 178488 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 14 c=13->13, b=835088->929172 (94085), 227713 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 15 c=14->14, b=929173->974179 (45007), 109332 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 16 c=15->15, b=974180->1028794 (54615), 139367 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 17 c=16->16, b=1028795->1029613 (819), 5211 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 18 c=17->17, b=1029614->1129314 (99701), 281735 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 19 c=18->18, b=1129315->1181148 (51834), 140336 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 20 c=19->19, b=1181149->1244190 (63042), 152343 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 21 c=20->20, b=1244191->1286868 (42678), 107428 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 22 c=21->21, b=1286869->1288166 (1298), 7259 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 23 c=22->22, b=1288167->1334927 (46761), 146496 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 24 c=23->23, b=1334928->1346003 (11076), 29185 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 25 c=24->24, b=1346004->1366894 (20891), 50113 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 26 c=25->25, b=1366895->1388653 (21759), 70268 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 27 c=26->26, b=1388654->1418072 (29419), 90356 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 28 c=27->27, b=1418073->1432408 (14336), 42338 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 29 c=28->28, b=1432409->1458249 (25841), 70344 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 30 c=29->29, b=1458250->1569936 (111687), 294750 ms
[11:51:34] scan: chap 31 c=30->30, b=1569937->1582674 (12738), 83464 ms
[11:51:34] scan: aspect = 0
[11:51:34] scan: decoding previews for title 1
Scanning title 1...
[11:51:34] scan: preview 1
[11:51:34] scan: audio 0xa0bd: LPCM, rate=48000Hz, bitrate=1536000 English (LPCM) (2.0 ch)
[11:51:34] scan: preview 2
[11:51:34] scan: preview 3
[11:51:34] scan: preview 4
[11:51:34] scan: preview 5
[11:51:34] scan: preview 6
[11:51:34] Interlacing detected in preview frame 6
[11:51:34] scan: preview 7
[11:51:34] scan: preview 8
[11:51:34] scan: preview 9
[11:51:34] scan: preview 10
[11:51:34] Interlacing detected in preview frame 10
[11:51:34] scan: 10 previews, 720x480, 29.970 fps, autocrop = 0/0/0/0, aspect 4:3, PAR 8:9
[11:51:34] scan: title (0) job->width:640, job->height:480
[11:51:34] thread 1562920 exited ("scan")
[11:51:34] thread 1562920 joined ("scan")
[11:51:34] libhb: scan thread found 1 valid title(s)
+ title 1:
  + vts 1, ttn 1, cells 0->30 (1582675 blocks)
  + duration: 01:14:08
  + size: 720x480, aspect: 1.33, 29.970 fps
  + autocrop: 0/0/0/0
  + chapters:
    + 1: cells 0->0, 21710 blocks, duration 00:01:01
    + 2: cells 1->1, 103629 blocks, duration 00:05:33
    + 3: cells 2->2, 808 blocks, duration 00:00:05
    + 4: cells 3->3, 69979 blocks, duration 00:03:15
    + 5: cells 4->4, 103468 blocks, duration 00:04:39
    + 6: cells 5->5, 172339 blocks, duration 00:08:27
    + 7: cells 6->6, 815 blocks, duration 00:00:05
    + 8: cells 7->7, 65000 blocks, duration 00:03:18
    + 9: cells 8->8, 78347 blocks, duration 00:03:48
    + 10: cells 9->9, 79959 blocks, duration 00:03:19
    + 11: cells 10->10, 980 blocks, duration 00:00:05
    + 12: cells 11->11, 73997 blocks, duration 00:03:27
    + 13: cells 12->12, 64057 blocks, duration 00:02:58
    + 14: cells 13->13, 94085 blocks, duration 00:03:48
    + 15: cells 14->14, 45007 blocks, duration 00:01:49
    + 16: cells 15->15, 54615 blocks, duration 00:02:19
    + 17: cells 16->16, 819 blocks, duration 00:00:05
    + 18: cells 17->17, 99701 blocks, duration 00:04:42
    + 19: cells 18->18, 51834 blocks, duration 00:02:20
    + 20: cells 19->19, 63042 blocks, duration 00:02:32
    + 21: cells 20->20, 42678 blocks, duration 00:01:47
    + 22: cells 21->21, 1298 blocks, duration 00:00:07
    + 23: cells 22->22, 46761 blocks, duration 00:02:26
    + 24: cells 23->23, 11076 blocks, duration 00:00:29
    + 25: cells 24->24, 20891 blocks, duration 00:00:50
    + 26: cells 25->25, 21759 blocks, duration 00:01:10
    + 27: cells 26->26, 29419 blocks, duration 00:01:30
    + 28: cells 27->27, 14336 blocks, duration 00:00:42
    + 29: cells 28->28, 25841 blocks, duration 00:01:10
    + 30: cells 29->29, 111687 blocks, duration 00:04:55
    + 31: cells 30->30, 12738 blocks, duration 00:01:23
  + audio tracks:
    + 1, English (LPCM) (2.0 ch)
  + subtitle tracks:
Reading chapter markers from file C:\Documents and Settings\lausd_user\Local Settings\Temp\VIDEO_TS-chapters.csv
[11:51:34] 1 job(s) to process
[11:51:34] thread 1577ba0 started ("work")
[11:51:34] starting job
[11:51:34] work: sanitizing track 0 mixdown Dolby Pro Logic II to Stereo
[11:51:34] job configuration:
[11:51:34]  * source
[11:51:34]    + D:\VIDEO_TS
[11:51:34]    + title 1, chapter(s) 1 to 31
[11:51:34]  * destination
[11:51:34]    + Keith Terry-Body Music Part Two-cq60 deinterlaced.m4v
[11:51:34]    + container: MPEG-4 (.mp4 and .m4v)
[11:51:34]      + compatibility atom for iPod 5G
[11:51:34]      + chapter markers
[11:51:34]  * video track
[11:51:34]    + decoder: mpeg2
[11:51:34]      + bitrate 6900 kbps
[11:51:34]    + frame rate: same as source (around 29.970 fps)
[11:51:34]    + dimensions: 720 * 480 -> 640 * 480, crop 0/0/0/0
[11:51:34]    + filter
[11:51:34]      + Deinterlace (ffmpeg or yadif/mcdeint) (2)
[11:51:34]    + encoder: x264
[11:51:34]      + options: level=30:bframes=0:cabac=0:ref=1:vbv-maxrate=1500:vbv-bufsize=2000:analyse=all:me=umh:subq=6:no-fast-pskip=1
[11:51:34]      + quality: 0.60
[11:51:34]  * audio track 0
[11:51:34]    + decoder: English (LPCM) (2.0 ch) (track 0, id a0bd)
[11:51:34]    + mixdown: Stereo
[11:51:34]    + encoder: faac
[11:51:34]      + bitrate: 128 kbps, samplerate: 48000 Hz
[11:51:34] thread 1574338 started ("reader")
[11:51:34] thread 1574558 started ("MPEG-2 decoder (libmpeg2)")
[11:51:34] thread 15a6740 started ("yadif_filter_segment")
[11:51:34] Yadif Deinterlace thread started for segment 0
[11:51:34] thread 15a5bd8 started ("yadif_filter_segment")
[11:51:34] Yadif Deinterlace thread started for segment 1
[11:51:34] thread 15a5cd0 started ("Renderer")
[11:51:34] encx264: keyint-min: 30, keyint-max: 300
[11:51:34] encx264: Encoding at constant RF 20.399999
[11:51:34] encx264: opening libx264 (pass 0)
x264 [info]: using cpu capabilities: MMX2 Cache64
[11:51:35] thread 1765e70 started ("H.264/AVC encoder (libx264)")
[11:51:35] thread 1766fb0 started ("LPCM decoder")
[11:51:35] reader: first SCR 146
[11:51:35] mpeg2: "Introduction" (1) at frame 0 time 27027
[11:51:35] thread 1881990 started ("AAC encoder (libfaac)")
[11:51:35] thread 1881aa0 started ("muxer")
[11:51:35] sync: expecting 133342 video frames
[11:51:35] sync: first pts is 27027
[11:51:35] sync: adding 300 ms of silence to audio 0  start 27027, next 0
[11:51:35] About to add iPod atom
[11:52:12] mpeg2: "Warm-up" (2) at frame 1849 time 5579574
[11:55:15] mpeg2: "Section Marker-Rhythm Blocks" (3) at frame 11815 time 35507472
[11:55:18] mpeg2: "Rhythm Blocks 1-9" (4) at frame 11970 time 35972937
[11:57:04] mpeg2: "Sequencing Composite Rhythm" (5) at frame 17819 time 53537484
[11:59:39] mpeg2: "Adding the Feet" (6) at frame 26174 time 78627549
[12:04:17] mpeg2: "Section Marker-Polyrhythms Part 1" (7) at frame 41373 time 124270146
[12:04:20] mpeg2: "Polyrhythms Part 1" (8) at frame 41531 time 124744620
[12:06:09] mpeg2: "Adding the Voice" (9) at frame 47468 time 142573431
[12:08:14] mpeg2: "Phasing" (10) at frame 54296 time 163077915
[12:10:05] mpeg2: "Section Marker-Polyrhythms" (11) at frame 60242 time 180933753
[12:10:08] mpeg2: "Polyrhythms" (12) at frame 60414 time 181450269
[12:12:05] mpeg2: "Adding the Voice" (13) at frame 66597 time 200017818
[12:13:48] mpeg2: "Phasing" (14) at frame 71959 time 216119904
[12:16:01] mpeg2: "Combining  Parts 1 and 2" (15) at frame 78775 time 236588352
[12:17:05] mpeg2: "Phasing the Polyrhythms" (16) at frame 82067 time 246474228
[12:18:28] mpeg2: "Polyrhythms Part 3" (17) at frame 86258 time 259059801
[12:18:31] mpeg2: "Polyrhythms Part 3" (18) at frame 86413 time 259525266
[12:21:16] mpeg2: "Adding the Voice" (19) at frame 94847 time 284852568
[12:22:39] mpeg2: "Phasing" (20) at frame 99067 time 297525228
[12:24:09] mpeg2: "Polyrhythms-Combining Parts One" (21) at frame 103627 time 311218908
[12:25:12] mpeg2: "Variations-Section Marker" (22) at frame 106862 time 320933613
[12:25:17] mpeg2: "Variations" (23) at frame 107089 time 321615294
[12:26:42] mpeg2: "Phasing" (24) at frame 111474 time 334783449
[12:27:00] mpeg2: "Vocalizing" (25) at frame 112367 time 337465128
[12:27:29] mpeg2: "Solo Polyrhythms" (26) at frame 113867 time 341969628
[12:28:11] mpeg2: "Choreographic Movement" (27) at frame 115980 time 348314967
[12:29:04] mpeg2: "Rhythm Blocks 3-5-3-5-5-3-7" (28) at frame 118704 time 356495139
[12:29:29] mpeg2: "Mixing it Up" (29) at frame 119981 time 360329970
[12:30:11] mpeg2: "Keith Terry Solo Performance" (30) at frame 122106 time 366711345
[12:33:06] mpeg2: "Closing Credits" (31) at frame 130948 time 393263871
[12:33:48] reader: done. 0 scr changes
[12:33:48] thread 1574338 exited ("reader")
[12:33:54] sync: got 133455 frames, 133342 expected
[12:33:54] work: average encoding speed for job is 52.546909 fps
[12:33:57] mux: file size, 155261101 bytes
[12:33:57] mux: track 0, 99269504 bytes, 178.33 kbps
[12:33:57] mux: track 1, 53728017 bytes, 96.52 kbps
[12:33:57] mux: overhead, 6.61 bytes per frame
[12:33:57] thread 1881aa0 exited ("muxer")
[12:33:57] thread 1881aa0 joined ("muxer")
[12:33:57] thread 1881990 exited ("AAC encoder (libfaac)")
[12:33:57] thread 15a5cd0 exited ("Renderer")
[12:33:57] thread 1766fb0 exited ("LPCM decoder")
[12:33:57] thread 1574558 exited ("MPEG-2 decoder (libmpeg2)")
[12:33:57] thread 1574558 joined ("MPEG-2 decoder (libmpeg2)")
[12:33:57] mpeg2 done: 133456 frames
[12:33:57] thread 15a5cd0 joined ("Renderer")
[12:33:57] render: lost time: 0 (0 frames)
[12:33:57] render: gained time: 0 (0 frames) (0 not accounted for)
[12:33:57] thread 1765e70 exited ("H.264/AVC encoder (libx264)")
[12:33:57] fifo_close: trashing 1 buffer(s)
[12:33:57] fifo_close: trashing 0 buffer(s)
[12:33:57] thread 1765e70 joined ("H.264/AVC encoder (libx264)")
x264 [info]: slice I:459   Avg QP:11.58  size: 68637  PSNR Mean Y:50.94 U:54.17 V:54.38 Avg:51.80 Global:51.50
x264 [info]: slice P:132995 Avg QP:11.82  size:   510  PSNR Mean Y:50.98 U:54.20 V:54.41 Avg:51.83 Global:51.54
x264 [info]: mb I  I16..4: 10.3%  0.0% 89.7%
x264 [info]: mb P  I16..4:  0.0%  0.0%  0.0%  P16..4: 15.6%  0.0%  0.0%  0.0%  0.0%    skip:84.3%
x264 [info]: SSIM Mean Y:0.9954746
x264 [info]: PSNR Mean Y:50.980 U:54.196 V:54.406 Avg:51.830 Global:51.543 kb/s:178.34
[12:33:57] thread 1766fb0 joined ("LPCM decoder")
[12:33:57] thread 1881990 joined ("AAC encoder (libfaac)")
[12:33:57] thread 1574338 joined ("reader")
[12:33:57] fifo_close: trashing 0 buffer(s)
[12:33:57] fifo_close: trashing 1 buffer(s)
[12:33:57] fifo_close: trashing 0 buffer(s)
[12:33:57] fifo_close: trashing 0 buffer(s)
[12:33:57] fifo_close: trashing 0 buffer(s)
[12:33:57] fifo_close: trashing 0 buffer(s)
[12:33:57] fifo_close: trashing 1 buffer(s)
[12:33:57] fifo_close: trashing 0 buffer(s)
[12:33:57] fifo_close: trashing 0 buffer(s)
[12:33:57] thread 15a6740 exited ("yadif_filter_segment")
[12:33:57] thread 15a6740 joined ("yadif_filter_segment")
[12:33:57] thread 15a5bd8 exited ("yadif_filter_segment")
[12:33:57] thread 15a5bd8 joined ("yadif_filter_segment")
[12:33:57] Freed 32 buffers of size 1024
[12:33:57] Freed 32 buffers of size 2048
[12:33:57] Freed 32 buffers of size 4096
[12:33:57] Freed 14 buffers of size 8192
[12:33:57] Freed 9 buffers of size 16384
[12:33:57] Freed 1 buffers of size 32768
[12:33:57] Freed 32 buffers of size 524288
[12:33:57] Allocated 17301504 bytes of buffers on this pass and Freed 17301504 bytes, 0 bytes leaked
[12:33:57] thread 1577ba0 exited ("work")
[12:33:57] thread 1577ba0 joined ("work")
[12:33:57] libhb: work result = 0

Rip done!
[12:33:58] thread 15627c8 exited ("libhb")
[12:33:58] thread 15627c8 joined ("libhb")
HandBrake has exited.

jbrjake
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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by jbrjake » Mon Oct 27, 2008 10:24 pm

Slow/slower deinterlacing and decomb were broken in Snapshot 3 on Windows.

nightstrm
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Re: HandBrake Snapshot Build 3

Post by nightstrm » Mon Oct 27, 2008 10:24 pm

Why on earth did you feel it was necessary to post a support question in the announcement thread??? The snapshot page gives you specific directions on how to report problems. I have half a mind to delete your post outright, but I'll be nice and leave it so you can copy it elsewhere... but don't be surprised if it isn't removed before the end of the night.

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