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Hi there ppl
I got an anime that as 12 episodes, and it has a a lil over 5GB but i want to burn it into a normal DVD. The episodes are in mkv (with subtitles). What i want is to compress the files to mkv but more compact.
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You could use Handbrake to re-encode them to a smaller file size.

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Do you know if it will afect the subtitles?
Or will just compact the episode and let the subtitles alone?
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No effect to the subs, as it will just take the entire source and make it smaller as is, provided they are hardcoded in, which they will be on an Anime film.

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Ok, i will test it ^^ ty
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