Formatting Blu-ray rip to compressed size

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Oreski5933
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Formatting Blu-ray rip to compressed size

Post by Oreski5933 » Thu Apr 25, 2019 1:32 am

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I am looking to format some of my
Blu-ray rips that I used makemkv to rip and compress the video file from say 15 gig to less than 4 I order to transfer the compressed file to a flash drive and play on my tv. Would anyone be able to tell me which settings to use in order to do this?



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BradleyS
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Re: Formatting Blu-ray rip to compressed size

Post by BradleyS » Thu Apr 25, 2019 2:52 am

I would start with the HQ 1080p30 Surround preset and lower the quality a bit to reach a suitable approximate size, see https://handbrake.fr/docs/en/1.2.0/work ... ality.html

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Re: Formatting Blu-ray rip to compressed size

Post by Woodstock » Thu Apr 25, 2019 5:55 am

You might also see if your TV supports either NTFS or ExFAT format for flash drives, to remove the "under 4GB" size limit imposed by FAT32 format on the flash drive.

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