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Why does the ripped MKV file exceed 3GB when I set the output size to 3GB?

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Last updated: 13 Dec, 2018

In the process of ripping a Blu-ray movie, if you select to keep HD audio, the output size will generally become much larger. HD audio tracks occupy a lot of space, so you are recommended to convert HD audio into normal formats to save space.

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Article ID: 392
Last updated: 13 Dec, 2018
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