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Old 22nd November 2014, 03:37   #1  |  Link
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Handbrake Video motion choppy

Here is what I am attempting to do with a 4 hour 51 min. m2ts file which is 33.5GB. I want to convert it to mkv and preserve the quality as much to lossless as possible. I have attempted to do this twice with handbrake where both times the video comes out choppy and doesn't "flow" with smooth motion. I checked the file with Mediainfo and here is some information: I believe it is interlaced because Mediainfo is showing scan type: Interlaced. What am I doing wrong and what settings should I have?

The settings I had were: Video Constant quality RF 20, Ref. Frames and Max B-frames: 8, Adaptive B-frames = Optimal, Adaptive Direct Mode = Spatial, Motion Est. Method = Uneven Multi-Hexagon, Subpixel Motion Est. = 10:QPRD In All Frames, Motion Est Range = 64, Partition Type = All, Trellis = Always. I also set Trellis=2 in the x264 encoder options window at the bottom. For Filters, the only thing I set was Decomb to Bob. Detelecine, Deinterlace, Denoise, and Deblock all OFF. I am not sure if the Picture settings are important, but I left it alone.

I really want to get this right, because each time encoding takes 20-26 hours of time to encode and that is with a Windows 7 PC with an Intel 17-4770 3.50 GHz Processor and 16GB of RAM. Thank you for your help in advance.
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