|Aug 21, 2011, 09:31 PM||#1|
Using Ripit and Handbrake, still bad quality
Im using Ripit to rip the dvd to my Macbook Pro....I then use Handbrake to make it into an m4v so that I can import it into itunes to play on my tv through Appletv. I am using the ATV2 presets for my output but the quality is still bad. It's fine when there is no fast movement on the screen but when people are walking there are little slanted lines around everything. I can't remember what those lines are but they are annoying and only happen when there is movement on the screen. If anyone can help me get rid of this I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance!
|Aug 22, 2011, 02:52 AM||#3|
You're encoding interlaced content, you need to tell Handbrake to deinterlace it.
- Click on the Picture Settings icon
- Click on Filters
- Move the slider from Decomb to Deinterlace
- In the Deinterlace drop down, select Slower (better quality deinterlace that's worth the tiny increase in encode time)
MacBook 1.83GHz C2D 2GB
Mac Mini 2GHz C2D 2GB
|Aug 22, 2011, 12:43 PM||#5|
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