|Aug 11, 2011, 03:57 PM||#1|
Handbrake 9.5 Blu Ray
So I recently got a brand new macbook pro with an i7 processor, with lion and downloaded the 64 bit version of Handbrake my encodes are now flying. However, all of my blu ray encodes are unwatchable. They jump from frame to frame and are very pixelated when they work. SD files encode fine and really fast. I succesfully encoded 20-30 blu ray files on my older macbook with 9.4 it just took 8-10 hours for each one. So I downlaid the old 9.4 version on my macbook pro and the Blu Ray files encode fine but they take a little longer than on 9.5. Am I missing a setting or is 9.5 still a little buggy?
|Aug 11, 2011, 04:02 PM||#2|
9.5 is fine, though the recent nightly builds are better for Blu-ray, but you haven't provided any information that might help anyone diagnose your problem (e.g. Handbrake encoding logs, MediaInfo on the resulting file).
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