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Old 29-05-2009
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Configure archos handbrake settings

Recently I had purchased Archos. I had also installed handbrake in my system to add movies and songs. I tried to rip DVD's from Handbrake into multiple format, but there some issue with the movies while playing it in Archos. I want to know what are most proper setting for handbrake to work with Archos. As I am new on both. I need some suggestions to configure both the things properly for a smooth use.
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Re: Configure archos handbrake settings

I am not sure about the ripping of DVD's into different formats via handbrake. I will suggest you to use the manual and the application cd you received with Archos. That will make your work much easier. Instead of going for any third party tool use the application which comes with it. That's the best solution.
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Re: Configure archos handbrake settings

I am posting the optimal setting you can configure handbrake to rip movies and add into your archos player. Just follow the below settings:
Settings :
Title: all [ main feature, other... ]
Chapters: all [ single chapters, other... ]
Framerate (fps): Same as Source [ 29.97, 25, 24, 23.976, 15, 12, 10, 5 ]
Encoder: FFmpeg [ XviD, x264 (Main profile), x265 (Baseline profile)
Target size (MB): OFF [ ON - 700 ]
Average bitrate (kbps): ON - 1000 [ other... ]
Constant quality: OFF [ ON - 50% ]
Grayscale encoding: OFF [ ON ]
2-pass encoding: OFF [ ON ]
File format: MP4 [ AVI, OGM ]
Codecs: MPEG-4 Video / AAC Audio [ AVS/H.264 Video / AAC Audio ]
Subtitles Language: OFF [ prefered language... ]
Audio Language 1: First [ prefered language... ]
Audio Language 2: OFF [ commentaries, secondary language... ]
Sample rate (Hz): 44100 [ 48000, 24000, 22050 ]
bitrate (kbps): 128 [ 320, 256, 224, 192, 160, 112, 96, 80, 64, 56, 48, 40, 32 ]
Picture Settings...
Width: Auto Selected [ other... ]
Height: Auto Selected [ other... ]
Keep aspect ratio: ON [ OFF ]
Crop: Automatic [ Custom: 0, 0, 0, 0 ]
Deinterlace: OFF [ ON, ON when needed ]
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Re: Configure archos handbrake settings

The below setting are my settings in handbrake which i configured specifically for my iPod. By the below setting my ripping issue is cleared and I can easily work out with my device. Try this may this can help you out.
  • Title: All episodes or Main Title as applicable
  • Chapters: All
  • Framerate (fps): Same as Source
  • Encoder: x264 (h.264 iPod))
  • Target size (MB): OFF
  • Average bitrate 1000-1450Kbs
  • Constant quality: OFF
  • Grayscale encoding: OFF
  • 2-pass encoding: ON
  • File format: MP4
  • Codecs: AVC/H.264 Video / AAC Audio
  • Subtitles Language: OFF unless required.
  • Audio Language 1: English
  • Audio Language 2: OFF
  • Sample rate 44100Hz
  • Bitrate 128Kbps
  • Picture Settings...
  • Width: 320 -640
  • Height: 240 -480
  • Keep aspect ratio: Used as required
  • Crop: Automatic or used as required for Widescreen to Fullscreen
  • Deinterlace: OFF
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