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Old 14th February 2016, 12:08   #1  |  Link
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Handbrake framerates


I'm copying my favourite blu-rays to a HDD in mkv to watch on a TV. I'm a bit confused about the framerate options in handbrake (variable/constant). Searching brings up conflicting info but mostly seems to favour constant framerates but the 'High profile' setting is variable so I thought that must produce better quality.

I'm not editing the films or anything so which is the best to select?
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Variable frame rate is only recommended for anime movies, use constant for the rest.
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framerate, handbrake

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