Posts made in January, 2011


Video container format similar to the .AVI, .ASF, and .MOV formats; supports several types of audio and video codecs; may also include .SRT, .SSA, or USF (Universal Subtitle Format) subtitles and supports VobSub subtitles from DVDs. The Matroska video format has become popular in the anime fan-subbing community (where users create subtitles) since it supports multiple audio and subtitle tracks in the same file. An MKV file is a...

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What is Ripping? Ripping is taking a source that you do not have direct access, mainly DVD’s and CD’s and converting or the accepted term is “ripping” the file. Handbrake is a great tool that allows you to make many more configuration changes before ripping than many others that cost $29-60. Here is a list of some of the features for source and output of files. Supported Sources: Any DVD-like source: VIDEO_TS...

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