Try as I may, I simply am not finding any instance where the parameters specified in “handbrake-audio=” are being referenced during the encoding process. For example, I am attempting to encode a large number of .MKV files to a MP4 container and would like to copy the single AAC 2-channel audio tracks without re-encoding. In every instance, regardless of my “handbrake-audio=” parameters, the conversion jobs reference the audioac3 parameters in any and all of the profiles I have created and utilized. Here are a couple example syntaxes I have used to no avail:
handbrake-audio=-E copy -R auto -B 0 -D 0 --audio-copy-mask aac,mp3 --audio-fallback faac (or fdk_aac)
handbrake-audio=-a 1 -E copy -R auto -B 0 -D 0
handbrake-audio=-E copy -R auto -B 0 -D 0 -a 1
handbrake-audio=-a 1 -E copy:aac -R auto -B 0 -D 0
handbrake-audio=-E copy:aac -R auto -B 0 -D 0 -a 1
I’m at a loss at this point and would really like to avoid having to re-encode the aac audio stream. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.