|Jan 2, 2013, 11:04 AM||#1|
How to manage video files ?
Sorry about the duplicate question..
I did check other thread about it, but i have a question ..
i am new MAC user, just got my 27" imac, i have installed VM for windows ( for some office work apps )
my question is how everybody manages their video files ?
i have all kind of vedio files ( from torrent / DVD rips / camcorder clips / iphone video files ..and many more.... )
i have also known about "Handbreak" and i am planning to use that...
But , if i use that, which is the best format ??? .mp4 ?
i wanted to make sure, that by converting to other video files using Handbrek...will that improve the quality ?? ir it will be as good as my original files atlest ???
|Jan 2, 2013, 11:20 AM||#3|
I use VLC player on my MacBook to play most video files. I also use Handbreak for ripping dvd's and converting video files if needed.
2012 MacBook Pro - iPhone 5 - iPad Air
|Jan 2, 2013, 01:32 PM||#4|
Try using VLC first. You might not need to do any conversion.
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