[FFmpeg-user] Change FPS
daniel.senderowicz at gmail.com
Sat Mar 23 01:00:16 EET 2019
what is top posting?
I didnt do any comparisons between the wolverine and other brands, b&h had
the Pro model on sale, that was the way I decided
So will mencoder do the interpolation? If so, can u pls tell me the command
line to do that? Thanks
On Fri, Mar 22, 2019, 15:11 Carl Eugen Hoyos <ceffmpeg at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2019-03-22 17:08 GMT+01:00, Daniel Senderowicz <
> daniel.senderowicz at gmail.com>:
> > At the moment of the purchase I chose the Wolverine because
> > I didn't know about the existence of the product you mentioned.
> > But now, knowing about it, and especially its price ($900), I
> > would have still chosen the wolveriine because it was $300 for
> > the Pro model.
> So you don't know of any comparisons?
> Are there really different wolverine / somikon / reflecta film scanners?
> (Reflecta offers two scanners with very similar names)
> I ask because you mention the "Pro" model.
> > Without knowing much about ffmpeg nor mencoder, I think that I
> > first have to modify the file so to play it at a slightly slower, 18fps
> > instead of 20fps without any changes in the number of frames -
> > and after do some interpolation (telecine?) to take it from 18fps
> > to 30fps, is that right?
> Not if your goal really is a dvd: In that case, you don't want
> interpolation and if you use MEncoder, you can specify the
> input frame rate and output frame rate independently (and
> you have to for soft-telecine).
> Please avoid top-posting here, Carl Eugen
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