Handbrake presets not updating
(Official presets from Hand Brake 0.10.x are still available in the Legacy category; custom presets you created may not be compatible with newer versions.) The new version of Hand Brake also improves the audio/video sync engine to handle difficult sources better, adds VP9 video encoding via libvpx and Opus audio encoding/decoding via libopus, enhances subtitle rendering for some languages, adds new Decomb/Deinterlace filter settings and improved defaults, improves support for importing/exporting comma-separated chapter markers, adds support for multiple source URLs for third-party downloads, and improves drag-and-drop support.Shortly after the 1.0 release, Hand Brake 1.0.1 was issued to fix a potential crash when using the burned-in subtitles feature on OS X systems prior to mac OS 10.12 Sierra, resolve an issue with certain controls not updating when saving or loading a preset, and eliminate additional crashing bugs.- Fixed When Done option not updating/resetting correctly. - Fixed time stamp handling for containerless raw video. - Fixed x265 2-pass encoding where video frame rate is altered by filters.- Improved handling of very small amounts of sync jitter (~1 tick).- Add configure parameter to disable or filter allowed third-party downloads (see configure --help). - Improved the "configure default" options for audio and subtitles. - Updated x265 to 1.9 which brings bug fixes and performance improvements. This includes improvements in large AVI file handling. - Double framerate ("bob") mode for the deinterlace and decomb filters.
Hand Brake is an open-source, GPL-licensed, multiplatform, multithreaded DVD to MPEG-4 converter, available for Mac OS X, Linux and Windows.
- Improved mapping of single channel layouts to single channel layouts. - Ultra HD / 4K color pass through (support for BT.2020).
- Additional standard frame rate selections in the graphical interfaces.
Supported sources: Hand Brake is not limited to DVDs: it will now accept practically any type of video as a source.
Outputs: Core:* New build system, allowing 64-bit binaries (around 10% faster)* Soft subtitles and Closed Captions: - DVD Closed Captions - ATSC Closed Captions - SRT subtitle import - Text soft subtitles in MP4 and MKV output - Bitmap soft subtitles in MKV output* Better support for DVD inputs: - Uses libdvdnav - DVD angles support - Workaround for libdvdread malloc bomb on invalid PGC entry - DVD drive region detection support in Linux - Handles DVD programs with more than 16 streams - No longer tries to detect and discard duplicate titles when scanning - Libdvdnav patched to perform read error recovery - Libdvdread patched to allow raw device access in Windows - Handles poorly mastered DVDs that had the menus ripped out of them* Better support for non-DVD inputs: - Preserves MP4 metadata - True HD - DTS-HD demuxing - 8 bit audio - Better handling of transport streams where audio starts first - Better handling of transport streams that have been spliced together, leading to duplicate timestamps - Better VC-1 frame detection - Fixes bug that was causing one sec.
- New NLMeans filter tunes Tape and Sprite for analog tape recordings and vintage video games, respectively.