How to do Video Settings While Making Video Conversion?

When you trying to convert video files you have into another format for other usage with video converter or ripping Blu-ray or DVD disk to video format with ripper, you may realize that sometimes you need to do video settings for output files. You may confuse about how to set them so that work with your devices or media player. This post is mainly about how to set video settings while you are doing video conversion.

Refer to “Video Settings”, it is about setting up those common parameters regarding video & audio. Video/audio codec, quality, video/audio size, bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, sample rate and channels are some frequently-used in video converter, like the following image:

These profiles are what make the difference. Video codec is the most important one, it is vital to make sure that the chosen codec is compatible with your targeted devices or player. Bit rate is the only determining factor in file size unless you changed the duration of the film. If you expect a smaller file size, then without taking audio into consideration, changing bit rate from 8000kbps to 6000kbps (25% decrease), then your resulting file would have been exactly 75% of the original size.

If you want to reduce the file size, don’t resize the dimensions of the video. Resizing video dimensions will only reduce the size lightly, this is due to the nature of how the video codec work.

Rest of parameters like frame rate, aspect ratio, channels not really affect.

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