Batch encoding using Handbrake


  1. Posts : 1,277
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    Batch encoding using Handbrake


    So I am trying to use Handbreak encoder to encode an enormous amount of videos , but the problem is I need to set all loaded files to a certain global encoding setting , yet the problem I face is that settings apply to only first file loaded , another problem is that whenever I run the queue (batch) it just keeps encoding first file only .

    So what are the right steps to what i am trying to achieve ? Like how do i convince it for example to encode multiple files to a specific resolution , filter and bite rates and work on all queue ?
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  2. Posts : 5,204
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       #2

    I don't know much about Handbrake. It's at least 5 years since i last used it.

    Suggest:

    Test Vidcoder Portable

    Home | VidCoder

    Batch encoding using Handbrake-vidcoder.jpg

    Batch encoding using Handbrake-vidcoder2.jpg

    Or Shana Encoder:


    Batch encoding using Handbrake-shanaencoder-5.0-x64.jpg

    Batch encoding using Handbrake-shanaencoder-5.0-x64-2.jpg

    It's slightly more confusing than Vidcoder and has different options. For example I've never found an upscale option.

    Presets can be modified via Quick Settings and you can run the conversion without saving changes to the preset on completion.
    Or you can save changes if you like.

    ShanaEncoder download | SourceForge.net

    Screenshots:

    https://www.softpedia.com/get/Multim...r.shtml#sgal_0

    I prefer Vidcoder but tend to use Shana Encoder for more straightforward conversions using presets.
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       #3

    Save your own presets:

    Batch encoding using Handbrake-save-encoding-preset_-upscale-_.jpg
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  4. Posts : 1,277
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #4

    Callender said:
    I don't know much about Handbrake. It's at least 5 years since i last used it.

    Suggest:

    Test Vidcoder Portable

    Home | VidCoder

    Batch encoding using Handbrake-vidcoder.jpg

    Batch encoding using Handbrake-vidcoder2.jpg

    Or Shana Encoder:

    Batch encoding using Handbrake-shanaencoder-5.0-x64.jpg

    Batch encoding using Handbrake-shanaencoder-5.0-x64-2.jpg

    It's slightly more confusing than Vidcoder and has different options. For example I've never found an upscale option.

    Presets can be modified via Quick Settings and you can run the conversion without saving changes to the preset on completion.
    Or you can save changes if you like.

    ShanaEncoder download | SourceForge.net

    Screenshots:

    https://www.softpedia.com/get/Multim...r.shtml#sgal_0

    I prefer Vidcoder but tend to use Shana Encoder for more straightforward conversions using presets.
    And Callender strikes again , so turns out VidCoder is a rip of the open source Handbreak but yet with a more organized interface that gets things done for real unlike Handbreak .

    Technically why I needed Handbreak is that it had a couple of basic filters to denoise encoded videos found only on encoders that do not support batch encoding , so since VidCoder has them too so I'm better off .

    Thanks again Callender and like usual you'll have to wait on reps until I just fake rep some around before I can rep you again :)
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  5. Posts : 5,204
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       #5

    No worries.
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