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User: locky
#1 Posted : Friday, January 05, 2018 12:19:38 PM(UTC)
Is anyone know how to convert multiple files with dual tracks (like karaoke) ?
Have tried too many, but only 1st file had dual audio streams, the rest had only one audio track ?
thks in advance
User: longus
#2 Posted : Saturday, January 06, 2018 10:07:27 AM(UTC)
I’d like to know if there’s a batch file too! Right now I convert each file individually, add second audio, then add to que - then run the que and take a 😴 really tedious
TK Pro v2
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User: vds
#3 Posted : Saturday, January 06, 2018 10:34:46 AM(UTC)
I use Vidcoder (portable) to do this job.
User: vds
#4 Posted : Saturday, January 06, 2018 10:35:53 AM(UTC)
It's another GUI for Handbrake but a lot easier to use.
User: vds
#5 Posted : Saturday, January 06, 2018 10:37:13 AM(UTC)
You can encode whole directory or batch encode several files using just once preset.
User: vds
#6 Posted : Saturday, January 06, 2018 10:39:12 AM(UTC)
You can also keep and pass thru all audio tracks too. Good luck.
User: locky
#7 Posted : Saturday, January 06, 2018 3:42:01 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: vds Go to Quoted Post
You can also keep and pass thru all audio tracks too. Good luck.


Thanks, I download 2.6 stable version but unable to select 1 folder with multiple video file. 3,5 beta version was OK.
2 questions for you:

1. Video, how to setup to automatic detect same contain like the original video ?
2. Audio, how to setup 2 streams audios like original
3. Run patch with 1,2 above to all video files ?
User: newave
#8 Posted : Saturday, January 06, 2018 5:44:42 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: locky Go to Quoted Post
Is anyone know how to convert multiple files with dual tracks (like karaoke) ?
Have tried too many, but only 1st file had dual audio streams, the rest had only one audio track ?
thks in advance


1) Try to convert 1 file first, make sure you're happy with options you like, then save as custom preset, it preset extension is json
ex: mysuperpreset.json
2) Download handbrake DOS version.
3) create batch file with for loop to loop through all files in directory.

4) ask mr google for this batch file.
User: locky
#9 Posted : Saturday, January 06, 2018 7:31:34 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: newave Go to Quoted Post
1) Try to convert 1 file first, make sure you're happy with options you like, then save as custom preset, it preset extension is json
ex: mysuperpreset.json
2) Download handbrake DOS version.
3) create batch file with for loop to loop through all files in directory.

4) ask mr google for this batch file.

Thank you anyway, but I just want to know in GUI
User: tkaraokeuser
#10 Posted : Saturday, January 06, 2018 8:46:48 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: locky Go to Quoted Post
Thanks, I download 2.6 stable version but unable to select 1 folder with multiple video file. 3,5 beta version was OK.
2 questions for you:

1. Video, how to setup to automatic detect same contain like the original video ?
2. Audio, how to setup 2 streams audios like original
3. Run patch with 1,2 above to all video files ?


Give it a try, anh locky.

Use Beta version 3.5. Here are the steps:

1. Tools -> File Naming -> check “Preserve folder structure in batch encodes”

2. Tools -> File Naming -> Advanced -> add “vob” into “Recognized Extensions:” box. (This is for .vob files to be included in batch conversion)

3. On main interface:

A. “Destination:”
Click “Browse” and choose the destination folder to save your converted files here.

B. “Encoding:”
a. Click “Preset:” -> choose “High Profile” (Just pick one so you can start to edit to your liking; you can save as your own preset after you’re done editing)
b. Click on “Settings” button: (This is my own settings; I found this work best, audio passthrough unchanged, video w/ clearer, better quality while still not sacrifice conversion speed. You can choose your own here to suit your needs)
• Container:
Container format = MKV
• Sizing:
Cropping = None
• Video Filters:
Denoise = hqdn3d; Preset = Strong
Sharpen = LapSharp; Preset = Ultralight; Tune = Sprite
• Video Encoding:
Video Codec = H.265 (Intel QSV) (You can choose your own here; I’m using Intel QuickSync so I choose this)
Constant Quality = 21
Encoder Settings: check “QSV Decoding”
• Audio Encoding:
Codec = Passthrough
Type = Auto
c. Click “Save As” and give it a name such as “MySettings” so you can choose it as default later.

C. “Picker: Default”:
a. Output Location:
Check “Preserve folder structure in batch encodes”
b. Audio Selection:
Choose “All”
c. Subtitle Selection:
Choose “All”
d. Encoding:
Check “Use Preset:” -> choose “MySettings” (just created above)
Check “Automatically queue after scanning”
e. Save it as “Picker 1” or name it anything you like.

D. File -> “Enqueue Folder of Video Files” -> pick the folder you want to convert to H.265.
(This is done recursively; meaning Vidcoder will pickup all subfolders inside this folder)

E. Click on “Encode” button to start converting.

Vidcoder works well. W/ Intel built-in video card HD 630, it takes about 1.5 min to encode one song on average w/ my own rig. Once in a long while, I got errors due to file corruptions. I also tried StaxRip and Handbrake before; each has its own flaws. For some files, these programs just cannot get thru doing this kind of conversion.

I also have issue w/ some lousily compressed files, the file sizes become bigger after conversion. This goes against one of the purposes of converting to H.265, which are: (1) more compatible w/ new technology and (2) smaller files w/ the same or even better quality after some tweaking.

Mr. Hai Lua is working on TKT Tools to implement this kind of conversion only for NVIDIA series 10xx graphics cards. If you can spare for the burden, just wait for him to finish it up and give it a try. Let's hope it can do a much better job than these. Meanwhile, have fun converting to H.265 using these free handy tools. 😊
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