1 Input the file you want to be transcoded by clicking the large Source button and then File. Then set a destination by browsing to whatever folder you desire.
2 Picture tab, change to Automatic
3 Filters tab, you do not need to change anything
4 Video tab (more important) Change the container from MKV to MP4 And click Web Optimized (MP4 is a personal preference MKV also works.). you’ll want to select some specific settings. Make sure framerate is set to ‘same as source’
Then, select an x265 preset of Medium by adjusting the slider down from the default Ultrafast setting.. Setting it higher will result in a larger file and faster encodes, and setting lower will reduce the file size at the expense of significant longer encode times.
As for quality, set this to Constant Quality with a value of 28 for 1080p videos, and slightly higher (26) for 720p videos.
I will add more images in the next days
And last but not least(4 Video tab )Extra Options: You must copy and paste (to paste using the Ctrl V command) these codes:
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Optional: Save these settings as a preset so you can revisit them easily in the future.Click '' Add '' from a '' Name '' Finish by clicking '' Add '' It's saved
6 Subtitles tab Use only if you have subtitles for the video
7 Now you should be all good to go. Click Start and let the encode happen, which may take a considerable amount of time depending on your hardware. After the encode is done, text saying ‘finished’ will appear in the bottom left corner.
Average time to encode HEVC 1080p (28RF) 1 minute takes 4 to 8 minutes. 720p (26RF) 1 minute takes 2 to 4 minutes. Depending on the computer's processor
Sources and Citations
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Effi ... deo_Coding
http://x265.readthedocs.io/en/default/p ... der%20tune
Is still in doubt access the links below or search your browser ''limited vs full color''
https://pcmonitors.info/articles/correc ... -amd-gpus/
http://www.pcgamer.com/nvidia-cards-don ... res-a-fix/
https://www.howtogeek.com/295569/should ... n-or-xbox/
In my opinion, This little distortion improves the video. Being forced into limited meant not getting the full colors you should be able to display.
The larger distortion occurs only with monitor or television Does not support HEVC 5.1 Color Full
For everyone to be sure, I downloaded a color test video from tv and I added 2 image See the image below or download the video with and without reduction
Reduce size with handbrake in X265 Encode HEVC 5.1 Color Full. 2 Videos Test Color .1 before reduce and 2 after reduce
Download or watch. And draw your own conclusions
https://www.4shared.com/folder/sYY3oQJ- ... e_in_.html
In case you prefer limited color is just remove that code
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The quality of all reduced video will not be equal to the original, but with this setting will be closer to the original possible.
This tutorial is based on several others.(It's a lot of trial and error)
Please note that x265 requires more resources for adequate playback . if your audio is out of sync , then your machine can't handle it .If you only have audio and no video , then please update your player .
Use latest MPC-HC , VLC , or any other modern player to play X265 .
Thank for your attention and enjoy.