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February 19, 2012

Comments

Charlie

Followed the process, my resulting video is choppy and pixelated. Could that be not quite cracked DRM affects?

David

Check the video tab in Handbrake. Constant quality is recommended over constant bit rate. I understand that constant bit rate may make a second pass at encoding so that may cause significantly longer to convert the video file.

Eric135

Wow you must have a powerful computer... If I shut down everything and just run Handbrake a 2hr movie takes 6 hours to rip but my net book is only dual core. Haven't tried it on our quad core computer yet but it's always busy gaming. Glad my article was helpful -- Eric

Tom

Great article. Found yours and didnt even have to go to BlogKindle to view the article you used, just followed your direction which was very simple and boom, done. My computer was ripping a 2 hour movie in a bit over 2.5 hours. But it might be that the movie had less to decode as they were old Barbie movies my daughter likes.

Karen

Good work! did you know you can convert them for iphone 4 use too?

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