Alte Version von HandBrake 0.9.1
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HandBrake 0.9.1
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8
Open Source
08 October, 2007 (10 years ago )

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HandBrake 0.9.1

HandBrake 0.9.1 (3.37 MB)

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Systemanforderungen von HandBrake 0.9.1
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 7
Programm Information von HandBrake 0.9.1
Version Name:
HandBrake 0.9.1

Datei Größe:
3.37 MB

08 October, 2007 (10 years ago)

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Version Historie vonHandBrake 0.9.1
  • Core HandBrake Changes:
  • Added: Forced subtitle support
  •  Added: 6-channel Vorbis audio
  • Changed: Much better buffer management, leading to impressive speed-ups all over the place
  • Changed: Color subtitles now…

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HandBrake Screenshots
HandBrake 0.9.1 shows first installation in windows and now added forced subtitle support and 6-channel Vorbis audio. More
HandBrake 0.9.1 is an open-source program designed to convert MPEG video (including DVD-Video) into an MPEG-4 video file in MPEG-4 Part 14 (.mp4) or Matroska… More
This option shows HandBrake 0.9.1 much better buffer management, leading to impressive speed-ups all over the place and better quality Vorbis codec (AoTuV). More
Über HandBrake

HandBrake is a software application that can convert MPEG video (including DVD-Video) into a MPEG-4 video file in .mp4, .avi, .ogm, or .mkv containers. It supported any DVD-like source: VIDEO_TS folder, DVD image or real DVD (unencrypted--protection methods including CSS are not supported internally and must be handled externally with third-party software and libraries), and some .VOB and .TS files

HandBrake Features

  • Chapter selection
  • Basic subtitle support (burned into the picture)
  • Integrated bitrate calculator
  • Picture deinterlacing, cropping and scaling
  • Grayscale encoding

Updates : HandBrake Updates

Did You Know?

HandBrake can now include subtitle tracks that can be turned on and off, instead of rendering them onto the video track permanently (which also reduces video compression).