Quoting a line from a recent thread:
"When I process the mov file with Handbrake, following the well know tutorial,..."
Can someone point me to that well known tutorial?
I did a search on this forum, but with no luck.
I also did a Google search, but got a bunch of hits that I don't think are really the well known tutorial.
Tom's link is far more valuable than simply posting this link because that thread provides a lot of additional information and provides a context for the tutorial. In fact, if you click on the link I provide above (if that is not too difficult for those in the peanut gallery), you will find that it refers back to the thread to which Tom linked.
If you prefer to watch instead of read, this is the link to the video version of the tutorial:
Because your question is directed at Tom, not the OP. How does that help anyone?How? I rate Tom's experience. If he is willing to outline his approach using one of the many methodologies in that thread, I would like to read it and that right there could assist the opening OP - simple.
"In addition, your response makes no attempt to help the OP."In my opinion it does, as I am inviting Tom to outline what he has used from the thread mentioned. Having real World experience of this would go a long way. Simple.
"Is he any closer to having his question answered after reading the two posts that followed Tom's excellent response?"Until Tom replies, and the OP reads and applies what Tom might say, how would I know? Do you, John?
Didn't mean to start a bun-fight over this. Was just trying to help.
In short, my workflow for content that is destined for the internet is, I render to the DNxHD codec as per the tutorial and then input the resulting file to Handbrake, again using the recommended setting in the tutorial.