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    how the bitrate can influence the quality of the video?
    I don't see big difference in video quality if I use bitrate 800 Kb/s or 1500 Kb/s, but file is bigger.
    I am converting ripped DVD to mp4 with Handbrake, Virtual Dub and freemake Video Converter.
    I have limit how big output file should be -1.44GB.
    Which settings to apply?
    Thank you!
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  2. Higher bitrates deliver higher quality (all else being equal). How much bitrate you need depends on the properties of the video, the codec and settings used -- and you're personal tolerance for artifacts.

    file size = bitrate * running time
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