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    355spider Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ok I have read much of the hanbrake threads on here and didn't this question answered. I have a few blurays that I have ripped and the braked and they are coming in at 2.15gigs which of course is unplayable which is fing stupid if you asked me. So how do I trim just a bit from the movie? Is it just making the picture a bit smaller? Say from 800 wide to 750 or something?
     

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    ThatNewAndroidGuy Well-Known Member

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    While I don't have any blu ray players nor blu ray disks, but doesn't most or some come with a smaller 720p video with the 1080p version? If so couldn't you try converting/ripping the smaller 720p version?
     
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    or lower the audio/video bitrates.
     
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    355spider Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    CoolI wasn't sure if that would do anything. This 2gig limit sucks. Those of us with 32g cards would like the extra quality. Thanks.
     
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    or split it into 2 files.
     
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    I just split into two files myself. But you can also lower the bitrate a little bit, or trim the credits off. You can select what chapters you want to encode, just selct everything but the last one, which is usually the credits.
     
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    355spider Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    how doI split it in half
     
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    355spider Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    My blurays seem to be about 16-32 gigs. Decreasing the picture from 800w to 750w actually marea buggy difference. Bitrate from 5500 to 4000 made very little difference.
    Cool thanks.
     
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    355spider Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    On a brighter note, Halle Berry's body in hi def on Swordfish rocks.
     
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    Lower the bitrate then. H264 is a much better codec, so if you have a mpeg video at 4000 kbps, a video with h264 can probably about 2500-3000 and still have the same quality.
     
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    355spider Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Yeah In this article they even recommended 1500. What does bitrate do anyway? I'm gonna try that when I get home.
     
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    Bitrate is the quality of the video. That, along with resolution, determines how good (or bad) the video will look. For a screen the size of the evo's, if you use h264 codec, you wont notice the difference between 2000 and 3000kbps. Now, if you are encodeing at 720p to play back through hdmi on a big screen tv, you may notice that difference, and I would put it to about 3500 for hdmi output.
     
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    If you retained chapter breaks when you ripped the BD, you can easily split the movie up in Handbrake.

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    355spider Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Cool I'll give it a shot
     
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    thanks, it worked juts fine for me and looks good
     
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    Just felt this needed some clarity for all noobs:) as there are really 2 different meanings here yet they are related...
    Bitrate Definition

    Knowledge is power!;)
     

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