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How to compress Blu-ray rips down to 4 GB for TV Playback!

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Published on Feb 4, 2011

NOTE: YOU DON'T NEED TO SPECIFY MAX FILE SIZE ANYMORE- JUST MAKE SURE THE "LARGE FILE SIZE" CHECKBOX IS UNTICKED- THAT'LL KEEP THE FINAL EXPORT UNDER 4GB IN TOTAL SIZE. -hope that helps!

-Josh

(See the very end for screen shots of the compressed video.)

Use advanced H.264 Compression techniques to considerably lower the bitrate of your movies, yet retain the high quality therein.

If your tv supports playing back video files off of a flash drive, you can use this tutorial to compress your 5 GB, 10 GB, 20 GB etc sized video files (the size doesnt matter) down to just under 4 GB to comply with the 4 GB file size limit that the Fat32 filesystem has. That way, you can playback 1080p video without having to split it up into several parts.

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http://handbrake.fr/downloads.php

Download SRT's here:
http://www.allsubs.org
http://www.opensubtitles.org/en

Watch in 1080p!

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