Handbrake Ver. 0.9.8 - Video Transcoder

July 18, 2012
Freeware - GNU (GPLv2)
6.58 MB  
Operating System
MS Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista/7
Vector Graphics Editor
Installation After download Run HandBrake-0.9.8-i686-Win_GUI.exe


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HandBrake is a GPL-licensed, multiplatform, multithreaded video transcoder.
HandBrake is not a ripper. It converts video, it does not rip it byte by byte. It does not crack the latest DVD copy protection schemes hatched by the studios.
It converts video from nearly any format to a handful of modern ones—that's it.

Description From JCDiaz.Net
HandBrake is a useful open source tool that converts disks to MPEG for free.
Forget paying for a program to rip your DVDs to your computer ever again. Considering HandBrake doesn't cost a dime, the application delivers exceptional results. Converting any type of DVD through a simple-to-understand user interface (UI), HandBrake whizzes through the process of producing an MPEG-4 file to save on your machine.
You'll need to have the right codec installed for the type of file you wish to convert (DivX, Xvid, OGM, 3ivx, etc.) but HandBrake lets you perform two-pass conversions and codify a double soundtrack.
Another great feature is the bitrate calculator, which alters the quality of the video according to the final file size you wish to achieve. You can even trim the black bands around a movie to maximize the size of the file.
Some users might experience occasional stability issues with the program.
HandBrake is a great open source solution for ripping your DVDs.

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