Hi Guys, merely trying to rip a dvd using Handbrake. The how to and help guides are not much help and I don't quite understand the suggested setting tips.
Been searching the web for hours, simply to find out what is the best or correct 'Video Quality' to use to make a dvd that will play in a dvd player and look fine on Apple TV2?
So, my first attempt at ripping a 10min film, using Handbrake, set at Video Codec H.264, FPS same as source, 2-pass encoding, RF 32. It is taking 2 hours! When I read it should be minutes. What on earth am I doing wrong here?
Please help, going out of my mind. There must be a simpler, faster way to use Handbrake correctly to create decent quality dvds for watching on tv? I've already used searching for answers on the web without success.
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