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This is Part 2 of video 17 on Rendering. I show you how to render a “Lossless” video in Blender. This will allow you to import the video into a 3rd party video transcoder called HandBrake. HandBrake will give us access to many advanced H.264 options. It will also allow us to test settings.
If you didn’t watch Video 17 (Part 1), here it is:
Sadly, in Handbrake 0.10.5 and higher, they have officially removed support for AAC(FDK) due to a licensing issue.
Just use AAC(libav).
*More tips at the bottom of this Description*
Installing from Ubuntu Based Linux Distro:
Add the Repository and Key for HandBrake by executing the following 3 commands from your linux terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:stebbins/handbrake-releases
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install handbrake-gtk
00:00 – Review of Part 1 and Today’s video
00:31 – Rendering out a Lossless video and Why…
1:21 – let’s setup the Render properties window for “Lossless.”
1:45 – Change Format Container to “AVI” for compatibility.
2:07 – The 3 Lossless options: HuffYUV, FFV1, H.264[lossless]
3:37 – Let’s use H.264 (Lossless Output)
4:01 – Setup Lossless Audio (PCM)
4:14 – Let’s set the Audio Sample Rate.
4:43 – Handbrake can only support upto 48kHz sample rate
5:30 – Get HandBrake (https://handbrake.fr/)
6:02 – Setup HandBrake in Microsoft Windows
8:14 – Setup HandBrake in OSX
10:59 – Setup HandBrake in Linux
14:11 – Change Encode Settings in “Video” Tab (all Platforms)
14:25 – Saving a YouTube preset (All Platforms)
15:20 – Let’s Talk about “Constant Quality” and “Average Bitrate”
15:49 – Average Bitrate and “2-pass encoding” (Optimal Encode)
16:26 – Constant Quality Settings (Easiest way to Encode)
17:26 – Presets – Encode time vs Encode Efficiency
18:02 – Testing the Encode Settings (Preview) Button
19:53 – let me know your favorite settings in the comments
YouTube Recommended Settings:
Add the following to HandBrake’s “Extra Options” field
(keyint should be set to 1/2 of your frame rate)
All other settings, in the video, are good for YouTube.
When setting Presets, stay away from the “ultrafast” setting. Because it disables some YouTube optimizations.
Encoding Presets for x264 (List of Options per preset):
Do you have additional encoding recommendations?
I don’t know everything. I’m just trying to simplify this stuff as much as possible. I’m just a student of blender – just like you. So let me know if you have any additional recommendations in the comments.
Thanks for reading my “video description.” If you can read this, you don’t need glasses.
The video being edited is “Big Buck Bunny”
(c) copyright 2008, Blender Foundation / www.bigbuckbunny.org
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