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What are you folks using for encoding settings? I assume you are compressing your rips with x264.
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What are you folks using for encoding settings? I assume you are compressing your rips with x264.
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What are you folks using for encoding settings? I assume you are compressing your rips with x264.
I use Handbrake using the high profile setting and Constant Quality with 18 as the quality. This seems to drop, for the most part, the size by about half but keeps the quality to where I can't notice a difference. Only downside that I have found is that it does take a while to complete.

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Is PowerDVD offering a UHD playback yet?

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I use Handbrake using the high profile setting and Constant Quality with 18 as the quality. This seems to drop, for the most part, the size by about half but keeps the quality to where I can't notice a difference. Only downside that I have found is that it does take a while to complete.
Does it retain HD audio?

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Does it retain HD audio?
It seems to default to all of the audio tracks that were ripped, but you can also go in to the audio tab and take out any of the ones you don't want.

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Is PowerDVD offering a UHD playback yet?
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What are you folks using for encoding settings? I assume you are compressing your rips with x264.
With Handbrake I use --preset="Normal" and the default q=20 for Blu-ray, and --preset="High Profile", q=18 for DVD.

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