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Hey /a/,

How do I convert these .mkv's to .mp4's with the styled subtitles intact? Is this more of a /g/ question?
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Use Windows Movie Maker.
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>>101746185
i'm not that stupid. I have avisynth and virtualdub, i'm just wondering if there's a way to use them.
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>>101746077
pipe it out in yuv4mpeg format
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Try Handbrake.
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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
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>>101746322
what?

>>101746336
how do I do that? Are all the stylized things kept intact?

>>101746355
I wonder how Deadfish and those other .mp4 torrents do their thing
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Is it a normal for a 1080p BD rip of a 26 episode show to be 50 GB?
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>>101746077
Handbrake works nicely
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Use mkvtoolnix and MPEG Streamclip or Handbrake.
Make sure to mux every track.
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>>101746408
a BD is anywhere from 25 to 50gb so maybe
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>>101746077
wait for Deadfish
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>>101746401
>what?
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
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>>101746408
What show?
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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
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>>101746408
Yes
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>>101746408
Grain can be a bitch, or you are downloading Coalgirls.
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>>101746408
Stop downloading Coalgirls.
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>>101746633
>He doesn't download coalgirls always

What, you got some shitty 1TB HDD or something?
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>>101746570
It's a 2001 show
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>>101746698
Maybe he just cares about the quality of the releases he downloads.
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>>101746698
>Downloading upscales
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.
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>handbrake
>source - open file
>select output mp4
>subtitles
>add
>select burn in
>profit
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>>101746705
Blurays of pre-digital stuff tend to have huge filesizes.
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>>101746808
Okay thanks anon
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>>101746401
Deadfish burns the subs in, which is very easy to do with Handbrake.
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>>101746617
My god, that series alone is taking half of my 1TB hard drive.
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>>101746942
>120 gigs
>half a 1TB drive
You download BDMVs or something?
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>>101746983
What is an hyperbole?
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>>101747056
Over muh head.
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>>101746805
What studios do that?
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>>101746806
This, though it's worth noting that handbrake might convert it to .m4v, I think you have to change that in the preferences tab.
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>>101747132
I recall some recent KyoAni productions and SHAFT backgrounds. Not really sure about it though.
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>>101746077
Use Hypercam 2 to record the window
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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.
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Why don't you just demux the individual tracks, then mux them into the mp4 container? Just download MP4box for that.
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>>101746219
loadplugin("d:\foo\ffms2.dll")
loadplugin("d:\foo\vsfilter.dll")
ffvideosource("derp.mkv")
textsub("derp.ass")
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>>101748234
but if you pass the -codec copy flag, it'll just copy over the raw streams without burning in the subtitles.
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>>101748606
see
>>101748628
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>>101746077
Step 1: Stop being a fag and download something that plays mkv files
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>>101747132
Kyo Ani does a 976p, same for shaft
JC Staff was the first studio to do 1080p with nyaruko W
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>>101748234
Not everyone uses an apt-based distro you fucking nigger.

Gentoo on PC, debian on laptop master race representing.
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Use ffmpeg OP. There's a wangblow$ port, but I don't know how good it is.

>>101748234
>libav
>not ffmpeg
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>>101751304
typical /g/entoo denzien
giving a fuck which package manager you use
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>>101751485
or just compile it on cygwin
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>>101751495
Well obviously you do, since you >implied apt. But gentoo is the true master race my friend.

>flexible is fuck package manager
>eselect
>multilib by default
>extreme customizability with USE flags and portage
>stable as a fucking rock
>extremely up-to-date repos

>>101751547
I heard of this. I don't know how windows users can fucking not want to kill themselves without a proper shell.
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>>101746077
Let me guess, you want to watch anime on your android device.
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>>101751791
>not being able to play 1080p 10bit mkvs on your phone without any problems



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