HTC G1 Android Mobile, HandBrake settings

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G1user
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HTC G1 Android Mobile, HandBrake settings

Postby G1user » Wed Mar 04, 2009 9:13 pm

Here's the settings for HandBrake for use with the HTC G1 Android Mobile.
These settings will result with a low file size & good quality. :D
These settings use the max width of the G1 screen while maintaining the ratio of your source.

Output Settings
Format: MP4 File


On Picture Settings Tab
Crop: Automatic
***Now change Anamorphic to NONE!*** You must do this now, otherwise you can't adjust the Width field.
Size: Width/Height: 480 x _______ (leave Height blank)
Anamorphic: None

==============================================================================

On Video Tab
VIDEO=
Video Codec: MPEG-4 (FFmpeg)
Framerate (FPS): 23.976

Advanced Encoding Settings=
check only, 2-Pass Encoding

Quality=
Target Size (MB): ___________ (leave blank)
Avg Bitrate (kbps): 312
Constant Quality: 0

==============================================================================

On Audio & Subtitles tab
AUDIO TRACKS=
1: Source=Automatic, Audio Codec=AAC, Mixdown=Stereo, Samplrate(khz)=48, Bitrate(Kbps)=64, DRC=1

SUBTITLES=
Subtitles: None

==============================================================================

Review all settings again, double-check the
Output Settings:
Format: MP4 File
It may change to MPV, even after setting it. :?
Last edited by G1user on Thu Mar 05, 2009 3:28 pm, edited 2 times in total.

TedJ
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Re: HTC G1 Android Mobile, HandBrake settings

Postby TedJ » Wed Mar 04, 2009 10:25 pm

Nothing odd about the way Handbrake's strict anamorphic works, you've simply failed to read the documentation.

http://trac.handbrake.fr/wiki/AnamorphicGuide

If you want Handbrake to stop switching the file suffix to m4v, then simply switch off chapter markers.


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