Handbrake users are allowed to choose DVD, DVD image, DVD VOB files, MPEG-TS, Matroska, AVI, MPEG-4 and more as input. Handbrake cannot at present encode from DRM-encrypted videos purchased from iTunes or found on DVD or Blu-Ray discs. However, if VLC Media Player (64 bit version) is installed under a Unix-based system, encrypted DVDs can be read as well.
Somehow due to there are numerous video codecs available in the current market, you cannot ensure all you video sources are supported by Handbrake. If occasionally you get an error message saying: "some file refused to be converted by HandBrake", which means your source video file is not supported by Handbrake.
It is possibly because that your Handbrake is lack of correct video/audio codec for that conversion. When you want to convert to MP4, MKV or M4V container formats from Handbrake unsupported format, then you need search online to get proper codecs for the conversion. Otherwise, you can give Handbrake alternative a try.
VideoProc builds in 320 video codecs and 50 audio codecs, which greatly enlarges the range of your video conversion and transferring. No matter running macOS Mojave or Windows 10, or lower OS, you can effortlessly convert between all the 4K/HD/SD Videos.
For example, VideoProc fully supports BDAV, TrueHD, M2TS, MTS, MPEG-TS Aduio/Video. You can easily convert Blu-ray M2TS to AVI, BDAV M2TS to MP4 and DVD disc, which is a definitely useful feature when making a digital copy to backup your Blu-ray videos.
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Donna Peng has been working as a copywriter in Digiarty Software for many years. She has written loads of articles to help people handle their DVDs, videos and other stuff.