HandBrake: Home

This page shows how to use the handbrake program.

What Is HandBrake

HandBrake is a free software program that allows you to convert videos from almost any format. Most commonly, HandBrake is used in the MRC lab as a quick and easy way to encode clips from a DVD. You can use HandBrake to select specific chapters, scenes, or clips and encode them in a format ready to use in one of our video editing programs.

 

What Is in this Guide

Encode Clip from DVD - How to extract clips from a DVD using HandBrake and convert them into formats compatible with MRC editing software programs.

Video Demonstration - A recording of classroom instruction on using HandBrake, creating a voiceover track, and formatting video projects for use with Wordpress.

Media Librarian

Winifred Fordham Metz
Contact:
Media Resources Center,
Undergraduate Library
(919) 962-4099

Media Lab Manager

Greg Klaiber
Contact:
919-962-2559
  • Last Updated: Sep 21, 2016 10:18 AM
  • URL: http://guides.lib.unc.edu/mrc/handbrake