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HTC G1 Android Mobile, HandBrake settings

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HTC G1 Android Mobile, HandBrake settings

Post by 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 Codec: MPEG-4 (FFmpeg)
Framerate (FPS): 23.976

Advanced Encoding Settings=
check only, 2-Pass Encoding

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


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

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.

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Re: HTC G1 Android Mobile, HandBrake settings

Post by 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.


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

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