How to convert video to MP4 with Handbrake For FREE
How to convert video to MP4 with Handbrake
Picture Settings Tab
no detelecine, no decomb, no deinterlace, no denoise
video codec: h.264
framerate: same as source
yes 2-pass, yes turbo first
avg bit rate: 500
Audio & Subtitles
audio codec: AAC
1 reference frame
0 b frames
motion estimation method: uneven-multi hex
motion estimation range: 16
subpixel motion: 6
8x8 DCT: no
no fast-p-skip: checked
no DCT-decimate: unchecked
CABAC entropy: unchecked
Click preset, new preset, name it, and settings will be saved.
Choose a destination for the MP4.
Choose the source of the video file.
In this example I have IronMan.avi to be converted to an MP4.
Click the image for full sized view
Click START and wait for it to finish!!!
Good Luck, Let us know how it worked out for you.
Last edited by Neolantis; 06-23-2010 at
So I installed this because Ive been wanting to convert to watch movies while at work. HA. This is awesome!
Cool man...glad I could help
I love handbrake
Nice.. And this is just a backup(cough cough) of you original copy in your dvd library...lol.. I use Xilisoft MP4 to convert mine over, but most of mine are 650 to 800 MB. Backups (cough cough) of my original library. lol
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Does handbrake work well with HD file types such as MKV's ??? i have a lot of HD movies in mkv format and it seems no matter what BS conversion program i use i still get crappy mp4s.
I have not done any with mkv, but there is an mkv in the drop down box in output settings.(see above pic where it shows mp4)
Try it out if you like and report back. I would love to hear your findings...
Last edited by Neolantis; 03-19-2009 at
I never had any luck converting MKV's. But, I haven't tried them with handbrake yet.
Thanks for the tips....trying out now!!!
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