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Handbrake settings for 16:9 - Resolution: 1920 - 1080


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Have my copy of Handbrake ready and am struggling trying to find the best settings for converting to give me a relatively decent picture quality and size for my TV screen (16:9 - Resolution: 1920 - 1080)

Would anyone have any ideas?
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