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Windows 7: Power User's Guide to Video Encoding With Handbrake

21 Jan 2010   #1
valtonray

Windows 7 Ultimate Signature Edition
 
 
Power User's Guide to Video Encoding With Handbrake

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Whether you own an iPod touch, Zune HD, Nintendo DSi, or any number of other portable devices, there's one tool that makes easy work out of ripping DVDs and converting incompatible video files into manageable formats: Handbrake. This wonderful utility has just about everything you could ask for, including robust compatibility, a slick interface, and snappy performance. And if that weren't enough, the developers have chosen to give the program away for free, no strings (or trialware) attached.
We realize we're probably preaching to the choir and there's a good chance you've used Handbrake before, if not frequently. But do you know how to create, backup, and transfer your own custom settings for the Xbox 360, PS3, and other popular media players not included by default? Do you know how to encode a copy protected DVD with the least amount off fuss? We do, and on the following pages, we'll guide you through a series of advanced tips for getting the most out of Handbrake
Read more at The Power User's Guide to Video Encoding with Handbrake | Maximum PC


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25 Jan 2012   #2
ryanb2523

windows 7, 64 bit
 
 
handbrake issues

Is there anyone that I can talk to in regards to issues with the Handbrake software. I am having issues with the final video once the DVD has been encoded. I then stream through Apple TV and it seems that only half of the DVD is completed. Anyone that can help me?
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