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Defugality with new HandBrake feature.


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The new Handbrake has a item under File...

Add all titles to queue...

This would be the long awaited batch file processing that we have been waiting for, I thought. Instead of going through the Source/select/Add to Queue dance over and over for every title to be converted, this should allow you to select multiples all at once.

Except that either it doesn't, or I can't figure out how. So far, as of last check, there is nothing on the HB website that discusses this new feature. Googling gets nothing so far except for the old versions.

The feature is active and if clicked on, it posts a message...

You are about to add all titles to the queue!
Current settings will be added to all 1 titles.

And a button...
Yes, I want to add all titles to the queue.

But there is no combination of mouse and keyboard that will every allow the selection of more than one file. Not unless it is some nonstandard key sequence.

Anybody get this to work? Or at least confirm that the feature is broken?
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That feature is highly unfinished, to say the least. If what you are trying to convert is in DVD format, forget trying to use the batch mode. It will not look into sub folders, so selecting multiple VOBs isn't possible.

But, as I was gathering information to build my own batch feeder front end, I found a very good app already to go, and it works great.

HandBrakeBatch - OSOMac
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