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Ok I see what you are doing now. All makes sense now that I see you example haha

I'm curious, when you do it this way, does mkvmerge demux the files temporarily before remuxing? I'd assume so as even makemkv works that way and its makemkv is just a different GUI for mkvmerge.
Mkvmerge creates and starts writing to the new file immediately, not 100% sure if that means no intermediate steps but that's what I've been thinking. Works well for me regardless, and as I posted earlier I also use mkvmerge to strip out unneeded subtitle tracks (after determining which track represents english foreign language "forced" subs) so it's an easy workflow for me.

However I see that the standalone mkvmerge gui app is scheduled to be deprecated in an upcoming release, with those features rolled into a new mktvtooolnix gui. So, another program to learn, and those screenshots I posted will probably not be much good in a few weeks lol.
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This thread has been rolled back to the most recent on-topic post. Some legitimate posts may have been lost in the rollback. For that, I apologize.

Stay on topic, please.

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For you Handbrake aficionados:
I'm experimenting with converting HDTV MPEG-2 captures from my TiVo's into H.264/AVC. The TiVo transfer software, kmttg has the option to decrypt and run Handbrake on the file to do it all in 1 shot from a single batch interface. kmttg runs Handbrake from the CLI and so the various Handbrake encoding "profiles" available in kmttg are just text strings of the Handbrake command line parameters. I can modify or create my own kmttg Handbrake "profiles".

Questions:
  • What is the directionality of the CRF factor? The profile I'm experimenting with has CRF=21 and appears to over-compress the source. If I want better quality with less compression do I increase or decrease the CRF.
  • If I install and run the Handbrake GUI to set up a bunch of parameters, can I get the CLI parameter string out of the GUI without actually running Handbrake, so I can use it to create my own kmttg profile?

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