How do I convert these .mkv's to .mp4's with the styled subtitles intact? Is this more of a /g/ question?
Use Windows Movie Maker.
i'm not that stupid. I have avisynth and virtualdub, i'm just wondering if there's a way to use them.
pipe it out in yuv4mpeg format
I've used Media Coderx64 with MKVExtract for what few projects I've had, but I always fuck up a little bit.
I don't know how to make it read Japanese characters
how do I do that? Are all the stylized things kept intact?
I wonder how Deadfish and those other .mp4 torrents do their thing
Is it a normal for a 1080p BD rip of a 26 episode show to be 50 GB?
Handbrake works nicely
Use mkvtoolnix and MPEG Streamclip or Handbrake.
Make sure to mux every track.
a BD is anywhere from 25 to 50gb so maybe
wait for Deadfish
mplayer -nosound -benchmark -really-quiet -vo yuv4mpeg:file=/dev/stdout input.mkv | \
ffmpeg -y -i - -i input.mkv -map 0:0 -map 1:0 -q:v 4 -acodec copy output.mp4
I use Xvid4PSP, and it works well. Most encoder programs are probably better than Xvid4PSP now, but I like sticking to what I know well and am too lazy to learn all the ins-and-outs of a new encoder. I'm so familiar with every little feature (some are not even documented and only known by a few) of it that I don't want to give up on it
Grain can be a bitch, or you are downloading Coalgirls.
Stop downloading Coalgirls.
>He doesn't download coalgirls always
What, you got some shitty 1TB HDD or something?
It's a 2001 show
Maybe he just cares about the quality of the releases he downloads.
Although to be fair I did download Kara no Kyoukai in 1080p which is the definition of upscale.
Usually I stick to 720p with few exceptions, those being studios that master in 976p or OVAs.
>source - open file
>select output mp4
>select burn in
Blurays of pre-digital stuff tend to have huge filesizes.
Okay thanks anon
Deadfish burns the subs in, which is very easy to do with Handbrake.
My god, that series alone is taking half of my 1TB hard drive.
>half a 1TB drive
You download BDMVs or something?
What is an hyperbole?
Over muh head.
What studios do that?
This, though it's worth noting that handbrake might convert it to .m4v, I think you have to change that in the preferences tab.
I recall some recent KyoAni productions and SHAFT backgrounds. Not really sure about it though.
Use Hypercam 2 to record the window
If you're on Linux (you should be), you can do the following:
sudo aptitude install libav-tools
avconv -i input.mkv -codec copy output.mp4
This should work, since copy just re-muxes, and doesn't actually re-encode.
Why don't you just demux the individual tracks, then mux them into the mp4 container? Just download MP4box for that.
but if you pass the -codec copy flag, it'll just copy over the raw streams without burning in the subtitles.
Step 1: Stop being a fag and download something that plays mkv files
Kyo Ani does a 976p, same for shaft
JC Staff was the first studio to do 1080p with nyaruko W
Not everyone uses an apt-based distro you fucking nigger.
Gentoo on PC, debian on laptop master race representing.
Use ffmpeg OP. There's a wangblow$ port, but I don't know how good it is.
typical /g/entoo denzien
giving a fuck which package manager you use
or just compile it on cygwin
Well obviously you do, since you >implied apt. But gentoo is the true master race my friend.
>flexible is fuck package manager
>multilib by default
>extreme customizability with USE flags and portage
>stable as a fucking rock
>extremely up-to-date repos
I heard of this. I don't know how windows users can fucking not want to kill themselves without a proper shell.
Let me guess, you want to watch anime on your android device.
>not being able to play 1080p 10bit mkvs on your phone without any problems