MacBook Pro :: Handbrake - Really Hot Computer

Jul 23, 2010

Should I be concerned about my temps. With light use (browsing, Pages, iTunes, etc), my computer hovers around 35 to 45 deg but with very very intensive work (Handbrake for example) which runs the CPU at near 100%, I hit temps upwards to 95* Normally hovers around 88 to 95* I did see it hit 99*, but the fans brought it down. All the above temps are "Pre-SMCFanControl" But with SMC... With the "Higher RPM" setting, I can hold 85* while running Handbrake.

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Applications :: Downloaded Handbrake To My Hp Computer - How To Get The Movie In To ITunes?

Sep 8, 2010

I downloaded handbrake to my hp computer running windows vista. I tried to "rip" a couple of movies. That worked...I think (m4v file format) But I cannot figure out how to get the movie in to iTunes, so that I can put the movies on my iPhone or iPad. I tried dragging the file in to the movie section, and also going to the menu and opening "add file" (or something like that). Nothing happens! When I ripped the movie, I selected "iPhone Ipod touch". I also should mention that when I double click on the file, and try to watch the movie on my computer I am unable to watch it on any program. For example it says that it is a file type that QuickTime does not recognize. I am completely new to this and simply don't know what im doing!

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OS X :: When Load BluRay Rip In An MPG Format Into Handbrake, Handbrake Crashes ?

Aug 31, 2010

I have a BluRay rip in an MPG format.. Whenever I load it into Handbrake, Handbrake crashes. Is there any other application I can use to convert it to MP4?

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Nov 14, 2009

has anyone tested out handbrake on their i7? I'm still waiting on my i7 but was curious just how fast a 2 hour DVD would take on handbrake for a mp4 appleTV format...

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Dec 11, 2008

I noticed that while encoding Hancock (not a great movie) that my CPU was being totally used up by Handbrake. I am on a new MacBook (Late 08" 2.4Ghz). Have any of you had this experience/ is it normal?

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Dec 3, 2009

My late 2008 15" MBP 2.8Ghz typically shows a CPU temp above 100 degrees Celsius ~ 216 F when using Handbrake. What is considered a normal operating temperature range? Also Activity Monitor show that Handbrake is using more than 100% of the CPU how is this possible? What does it mean? How can you use more than 100% of the CPU?

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Apr 13, 2010

I have a MacBook. It's 4 or 5 years old. I downloaded an older version of Handbrake so I could transfer some of my dvds to my Ipod Touch. The newest version didn't work. The first step didn't take too long, but the second step (I think it was Rip) is another story. When I clicked the Rip button, it said that it would take more than 25 hours to Rip. I left it running for 5 hours and it was not even one quarter done. Am I doing something wrong? The dvd is only an hour long.

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Jul 19, 2010

What kind of fps should I expect for video conversion on a 2010 macbook pro with an i7. I'm converting a 640x480 res video at 70% constant quality to .mp4 and I'm getting around 50-55 fps. Is that alright?

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May 31, 2009

Im currently doing some video converting using handbrake and I was just wondering if its ok to do this for a prolonged period of time? I have 7 movies to do, and am currently on the 3rd one. They take about 30 minutes each to complete and my cpu is currently at 84C. It fluctuates anywhere from 80C to 87C. Im just wondering if I should maybe give the cpu a break or if I can just do them all in one sitting?

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Jun 28, 2010

when running handbrake it maxes out the cpu in my sig and uses over 300% of the processor. I'm interested in the CPU usage and speed of ripping compared to the faster i5's and I'd like to see how the i7's compare as well. I don't think the speed of the hard drive really comes into play but I have the stock 5400rpm drive. Do people with SSD's notice any difference in ripping/encoding? If so, it might be time to get an SSD

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Feb 17, 2009

I just got a mac book pro and I transferred all my applications from my old g4 but handbrake doesn't work the same or doesn't at all. It takes very long to scan and it doesn't let me rip. I tried the same dvd on my old g4 and it worked just fine so it's not the dvd.

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Nov 17, 2009

While using handbrake to rip a dvd. My screen suddenly turn black. i can only see the mouse pointer and can see my desktop. if i close the lid and open again. it back to normal. is this thing normal??? why is it happen??? Is this safe?????

I am not so sure. I only know that this happen during handbrake. After encoding for awhile. I leave it encode while away to eat something. 30 min later, i check. the screen is black. The only thing i see is the mouse pointer and nothing else. I try to move the mouse pointer and press dashboard but dashboard does not show. it still black. after i close the lid then it return to normal.

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Jun 28, 2010

i'm trying to rip my dvd's onto my harddrive using handbrake but its not working. it says: "This version of HandBrake is 64 bit, VLC found but not 64 bit!" i cant find where to download the new vlc and its not working at all! i really want to start ripping and converting but i cant.

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Apr 23, 2010

I have my first ever Mac in the form of a 13" MBP! I am trying to rip some DVDs using handbrake. However, when Handbrake has finished scanning the source DVD (commercial DVDs), it only shows 1 title in the drop down title box. I have tried restarting, taking the DVD out and popping it back in again, but with no luck. Has anyone got any ideas what I'm doing wrong? How do I get all titles to show in the drop down title selection box?

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Jun 15, 2012

Having issues with removing the Handbrake icon from the dock? I've tried dragging it to the desktop space to remove, but it keeps bouncing back.

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Mar 4, 2010

I saw the article on Macworld that said that I would need VLC 1.0.2 to use the new Handbrake 0.94 in 64 bit on my Mac. I have everything installed and I'm getting this warning.

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Dec 27, 2010

I have a bunch of videos all in different formats, I've just got an Apple Remote and I'd like to view all that content in Front Row. What's the best format to re-encode the movies in? Also is Handbrake the best program to do this with?

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Mar 31, 2008

I'm dissapointed with the current Handbrake 0.9.2 version as it is about 3 times slower to encode at the same settings I used in 0.8.5b1. I was googling around for the download link, but all of them either point to the current 0.9.2 or give the 404 error.Foolish me to delete 0.8.5b1 dmg from my HD after I got 0.9.2...Or if somebody has the 0.8.5b1 version could he sent it to me? (PM)

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Mar 28, 2009

I'm afraid I might have caused damage to my 4870 card while running handbrake for hours and hours.Could someone please check their GPU temp at idle, and then check it when running handbrake? The reason is because I want to see if handbrake puts any sort of load on the GPU at all. I can't do this because for some reason iStat Pro and Temperature Monitor cannot see the GPU temp nor GPU Fan Speed on the new MacPro's.

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Jun 5, 2009

I'm trying to rip the movie Bug (2006), but neither HandBrake or MactheRipper will get very far. HandBrake will try and almost immediately say my rip has been completed. MacTheRipper just gets stuck.

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Oct 15, 2009

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Apr 28, 2008

HandBrake is a free DVD to MPEG-4 ripper/converter for Mac OS X 10.3.9 and later. Follow these steps to use HandBrake to convert your DVDs into MP4 format for storage and playback on your hard drive, or for playback on your video-supported iPod, iPhone and Apple TV.1. Download and install HandBrake. Insert the DVD you wish to convert into your Mac's DVD drive. If your Mac's DVD Player application opens, quit the DVD Player application. 2. Run HandBrake. Select Detected volume. Click Open and wait as HandBrake detects the titles on your DVD. HandBrake will detect all the titles on the DVD. If you're ripping a movie, just select the longest title in the list. If you're ripping a TV show or something with multiple episodes on one disc, then select the episode you want.

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Dec 27, 2010

I'm kinda curious as to how fast handbrake would operate on a 12 core Mac Pro? (let's say with 16-32GB RAM) Let's say a 24 minute episode at 640x480 2.5mbps off of a DVD, normally takes about 24 minutes on a 13" 2.4 C2D MBP with 8GB RAM. how fast will the 12 core MP process that? if one day I should have $10K to throw around, I want to go buy a top of the line MP just to have one... It costs the same as an International Business class air ticket, but the MP will last several years while the ticket is only good for a 30 hour experience.

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Jan 10, 2011

I just updated to the newest iMovie and am new to iMovie too. I used Handbrake and ripped/imported a 30 min home-video on dvd (old tape footage transferred to dvd as a gift). It works, I can play it in iTunes, and everything there is ok. BUT, when I imported into iMovie "events" and work with it in iMovie it is very very slow (iMovie). I have been to Apple (one-to-one) and spent an hour on the phone with Apple Care....

The bottom line is (after a few tests) my iMovie works very well.. It appears to be the video/import. they recommend using something other than Handbrake to see if the rip'd footage will be more manageable for iMovie. What do you guys recommend? I have a 21.5" iMac, 3.06, 8 gig ram. Its only a few months out of the box. Very fast and nice machine.... it has to be the video! I am dragging simple little clips into the notebook theme. It is as basic as possible.... but I get the beachball and problems as I drag clips, and imovie takes a long time to open as it tries to render my project (beachball, and "not responding" in activity monitor)

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Jan 12, 2011

Bought a new Macbook Pro in December. 17''/ 2.53 Ghz i5 / 4GB ram.

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DVD drive is locked to R2 at the moment. Rips R2 discs no problem but Handbrake just locks up halfway through scanning any R1 disc.

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Jun 27, 2006

I've got a DVD that I've been trying to rip to a movie file for the last three days, and have so far been unsuccessful. (and before anyone asks, it's a non-copyrighted DVD that our company has the rights to) What's happening is it gets 99.5% done ripping, then it just kind of sits there for a while, then the program closes. I end up with a movie on my desktop that isn't playable. I've tried on two different computers, ripping to two different formats (MP4 and H-264). I've tried ripping it directly from the DVD, and also ripping the DVD to the hard drive first and then creating the file from that. It does this every time, and I think it's just HandBrake being flaky. The DVD itself plays fine. Anyone suggest an alternative way for me to do this?

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Nov 25, 2007

I'm hoping someone here might have encountered this issue before and have some kind of a workaround or solution...I've attempted to rip Rocky Balboa (a DVD I own) using Handbrake. It detects all of the titles (for some reason there are 99!) and automatically selects the right one, which shows as 1 hour 42 minutes. Also, all the chapters are selected (1 through 28) However, when I try to rip it, the resulting file is only about 3 minutes long - it's just the very beginning

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Feb 24, 2008

I see all this info about using multiple instances to increase Handbrake rendering performance. But there is no info on How to implement it or how its done. I want to increase the CPU usage when Rendering 1(ONE) DVD.

#1 HOW to open the 2 instances of Handbrake?

#2 How is it supposed to be used?

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Applications :: Mp4 To DVD - Using Handbrake To Rip Dvd Library?

Feb 12, 2009

I'm using handbrake to rip my dvd library.

Quicktime preset.

It's been working fine, have no complaints.

However, recently I've been attempting to burn a dvd with some of the moviesthat I ripped using handbrake. This is where the problems began.

I tried burning a few episodes of a TV series to a DVD using iDvd program... it said that the dvd only had space for 3 300mb episodes. Somehow the project info window said that those three episodes where somewhere in the window of 4gb. And when I did try to burn the dvd, the encoding process took quite literally an eon. Solutions? Why is it that the iDvd program makes the files so huge? Why does the encoding take so long? I don't need anything fancy, I'm simply trying to get my .mp4 library into a form watchable from a dvd player.

I also had a similar problem with itunes, trying to import the movies to watch on my ipod video. It transferred into itunes just fine, but when I tried to load it onto the ipod, it said that it wasn't the right format. It then began to encode the movie, and I let it run all night, to come out the next morning and find it only 25% completed. Anyone know of a way to get large (2gb max) .mp4 files onto an ipod easily?

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Oct 19, 2009

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