[FFmpeg-user] Need help; willing to pay
anothersname at googlemail.com
Tue Jan 5 17:32:06 CET 2016
It's at 1.65 seconds it goes into 'slo mo' mode, but there's no change
in framerate reported by either ffmpeg or mplayer and 'proper' speed
would appear to need it to be run at about 220 fps after 1.65 seconds.
Can't see an immediate way to do this without manual cut, transcode and merge.
On 5 January 2016 at 16:10, Matthew Adams <matthew at matthewadams.me> wrote:
> No video player does. It starts out in regular motion, then goes to super
> slow motion, then reverts back to regular motion.
> I've viewed the file on Mac OS X El Capitan using VLC 2.2.1 & QuickTime
> 10.4. If I create a new project in iMovie 10.1, import the file, then add
> the entire clip to the project, it still renders regular speed, then fast,
> then regular. If I could easily identify how many frames are in regular
> speed at either end of the clip, I might be able to fix them, but that
> won't scale to the 100+ rallies I have to edit. I'm not willing to assume
> the same number of frames are in regular v. slow motion across files or on
> either end of the clip. [sigh]
> I uploaded one more file to comparison: goo.gl/YVyBfp
> On Tue, Jan 5, 2016 at 9:37 AM, Carl Eugen Hoyos <cehoyos at ag.or.at> wrote:
>> Matthew Adams <matthew <at> matthewadams.me> writes:
>> > goo.gl/Bb6tQW
>> Which player plays this file at the correct speed?
>> Carl Eugen
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