|Jan 22, 2013, 04:50 AM||#1|
BluRay Ripping, MakeMKV and Handbrake
I have recently decided to rip all my BluRays to my HDDs for use with my media player. I have purchased an external Samsung SE-506AB and downloaded Make MKV and Handbrake.
When ripping the BluRay in MakeMKV the file size is ranging from 35GB to 45GB.
Now for me I want to maintain good quality, however to keep the files at the above size is just not an option. I am aiming for around 20GB to 25GB per movie.
I have had a look at Handbrake and to be honest I am totally BAFFLED!!!!
I really have no idea what I should be changing/selecting to achieve the above. Can someone point me in the right direction????
Also is 20GB to 25GB going to maintain good quality??
Thanks in advance for any help guys.
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