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#21 jamoram62


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Posted 20 October 2017 - 05:58 AM

I concur Handbrake is a terrific video converter and my first choice when required. Free, highly configurable and does an excellent job. Nevertheless, it also drops a noticeable proportion of frames, when converting from WebM to other formats, causing sync issues, but, to be honest, that seems to be a common ocurrence, regardless of the converter used.


So my advice, when some post-production work with a third-party video edition application is needed, is to try to avoid any intermediate conversion step.




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