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    Only just recently my video encoding efforts have been blighted by handbrake engine crashes.........event viewer of my windows 10 PC states the problem being hb.dll.

    Most recently I have been changing some h264 to h265 and increasing the reslution in some cases, however when I try to just rencode with with no changes to any settings the same crash happens at about 4.5%.

    I have no ides what to do about it.... I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling, also using a nightly buIld of handbrake but the same issue persists.

    I thouhght maybe it was a windows issue but everything is up to date.

    Is anyonme else having the same issues and/or have any suggestions?

    TIA
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  2. Try to delete this folder: c:\Users\Your user name\AppData\Local\Handbrake
    Last edited by ProWo; 9th Jul 2020 at 07:09.
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    thanks for the reply.....

    i couldnt find a handbraje folder in that local directory but i deleted the one in the roaming folder and it still failed......again claiming hb.dll was the issue...
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  4. c:\Users\AAA\AppData\Local\Handbrake (where AAA is your user name)
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    Yeah..... definitely no folder there....
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    clever ffmpeg installs fine but when I select the video file its just sits on analyzing video for a lengthy period of time.....

    this is really starting to get me down....
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    try another.
    VidCoder-6.10-Beta-Portable.
    or XMediaRecode.
    work great for me.
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    ill have abash with these, thanks...
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