- August 19, 2013 at 6:43 am
I have just installed Handbrake at the suggestion of one of my friend. But when I use it to convert video files, it didn’t work. I tried redownloading it, still, Handbrake not working. It seems that it gets stuck. Has anyone suffered a same problem or are there any possible solutions for it?August 19, 2013 at 7:23 am
I think you have to confirm that:
1, the video you want to import is in the format that Handbrake supports.
2, your video is not copy protected. (Handbrake is a video ripper; it couldn’t get rid of any copy protection.
3, your video hasn’t been broken during the process of downloading. (You could try redownloading it or find a software to fix it)
4, your video size is within the acceptable range that Handbrake could handle.September 3, 2013 at 2:14 pm
Handbrake is a multi-platform video transcoder that works well with Mac OS X and windows. It is designed to convert MPEG video, DVD video included, into the video formats that works well with portable devices, such as iPhones, iPod. You could easily enjoy watching the videos whenever and wherever you like by taking one of them with you.
Sometimes you have to know Handbrake issues when it comes to no-go condition. Such as the following errors: Handbrake no title Found, Handbrake Stuck, Handbrake Crashed before Finish, No titles found by Handbrake.
If you are not sure how to fix the above-mentioned errors, you could try a Handbrake alternative.
As far as I know, video Grabber is the Webpage you could turn to for help.
Here are the steps for you:
Step one: Meet Video Grabber homepage.
Step two: Hit on Convert Video File tab and the click on Browse.
Step three: Before you are going to find your targeted file, you should run Java Applet first.
Step four: After you have located you video, choose your output settings, and click on Convert to finish your job. It is indeed that super easy.