I basically meant that Handbrake is designed to encode videos of low bitrates. For most people, the high bitrate of a Fraps video(s) can be too much for their system causing the HandbrakeCLI.exe process to crash. Chucking 70gb of data at an encoder is extremely risky and it's really not something I would ever recommend anyone to do.what do you mean by this? just to make sure i wasn't making an assumption, i threw a 70gb fraps AVI at handbrake and it seems to be doing ok.
i WILL say, however, that a majority of videos on youtube DO need a good editing down in time