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Old 13 Jan 2011, 01:25 AM   #1
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ok lads am new whats the best programs to convert movies in x264....from any format....i was using( any video converter professional) but picture does not look much better it made it in to a mp4 file...and need the right codec for it to work on a ps3 thanks for any help
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Old 13 Jan 2011, 06:59 AM   #2
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handbrake might be a good choice
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Old 14 Jan 2011, 04:20 AM   #3
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tryed loads of other programs like but want to get picture in to x264 720 ...tryed that meGUI always gets errors. al give that handbrake a go like but dont think that will be any diffrent from others cheers
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Old 14 Jan 2011, 05:18 AM   #4
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al give that handbrake a go like but dont think that will be any diffrent from others
maybe you should take a look at whatever was proposed before you doubt it will be any more flexible

of course handbrake lets you define the size and of course it can make use of h/x264
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done chipmunks 2 for the kids from avi to mp4..but audio is out picture does not look up to much dont no what am doing wrong..could you tell which settings to use cheers for the help
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It doesn't work with every format but you can input DVD, AVI, MP4 etc and encode with either xvid or x264.

If you need to resize the frame you have to edit the AviSynth script that pops up.
It has some quirks but if you set the bit rate correctly instead of accepting the defaults it produces good looking output even in one pass if the input was good.

http://www.videohelp.com/tools/Quick_AVI_Creator
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Old 14 Jan 2011, 09:34 AM   #7
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am trying out super now lot of setting chances my settings are mp4...h.264/avc...aac main.....video 1280:720...16.9..frame/sec 29.97...not sure on bitrate mine is on 1248....then audio 22050...channel 2....bitrate 128......could you tell me if these are right settings cheers
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If your program allows it, set your Audio to 44,100HZ at 128,000kbps
And set your video to atleast 500,000kbps. But your output quality will always be dependent on your input quality. If your input is sh*t then your output will be too.
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why do you think 44.1khz would be a good choice?

i cant think of any good reason to use anything but 48khz
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I just wrote it because thats what I had in my program settings and my videos are ok. But I think your right lol. I might actually up mines as well.
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