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Hi10P - How to encode?

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Sort of a stupid question and I thought I would find an easy answer with my friend Google. Alas, no joy.

How do I rip a disc to Hi10P? What is a good program to do this in, etc...?

Thanks,
Ser
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Originally Posted by ser_renely View Post

Sort of a stupid question and I thought I would find an easy answer with my friend Google. Alas, no joy.

How do I rip a disc to Hi10P? What is a good program to do this in, etc...?

Thanks,
Ser
First you don't 'rip a disc' to anything but its original format. 'Ripping' is copying it to another disk (your Hard Drive) pure and simple. What you use to accomplish this depends entirely on the source. If it's encrypted (most commercial or pressed disks are) you'll need to decrypt it. DVDFab, AnyDVD and MakeMKV are three popular decrypters. If it's a burned disk just copy it by drag and drop or whatever your favorite disc copying method is.
Once you've ripped the disk you can use the files on the hard drive to encode it to Hi10P, perhaps using this guide I found using Google: http://animestash.info/forum/index.php?topic=25121.0
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First you don't 'rip a disc' to anything but its original format. 'Ripping' is copying it to another disk (your Hard Drive) pure and simple. What you use to accomplish this depends entirely on the source. If it's encrypted (most commercial or pressed disks are) you'll need to decrypt it. DVDFab, AnyDVD and MakeMKV are three popular decrypters. If it's a burned disk just copy it by drag and drop or whatever your favorite disc copying method is.
Once you've ripped the disk you can use the files on the hard drive to encode it to Hi10P, perhaps using this guide I found using Google: http://animestash.info/forum/index.php?topic=25121.0

Thanks smile.gif I will give it a go
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Basically you just need to replace x264 (8 bit) by x264 (10 bit) in any GUI of x264. That's it. MeGUI is one of them. BluRip is an all-in-one ripping/x-264 encoding program (you can do ripping and encoding in one process). Ripbot264 (another x264 GUI) includes both x264 (8 bit) and x264 (10 bit) and you can select either from GUI.
Edited by renethx - 1/30/13 at 9:32pm
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Basically you just need to replace x264 (8 bit) by x264 (10 bit) in any GUI of x264. That's it. MeGUI is one of them. BluRip is an all-in-one ripping/x-264 encoding program (you can do ripping and encoding in one process). Ripbot264 (another x264 GUI) includes both x264 (8 bit) and x264 (10 bit) and you can select either from GUI.

Thanks. I should have looked over at Doom9, totally slipped my mind
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mgui worked well. Thanks.
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