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Best way to manage variable frame rates?
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Hey all,

Got some NTSC DVD's I've ripped and am looking to edit/encode but they have variable frame rates. I've tried encoding in Virtualdub but it changes the frame rate to a constant 29.970 and introduces noticable stutter.

Just wondering what the best way around this is if anyone can help?



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(2022-06-10, 12:40 AM)alexpeden2000 Wrote: Hey all,

Got some NTSC DVD's I've ripped and am looking to edit/encode but they have variable frame rates. I've tried encoding in Virtualdub but it changes the frame rate to a constant 29.970 and introduces noticable stutter.

Just wondering what the best way around this is if anyone can help?



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Changing a variable encoded rate to a constant rate should NOT invoke stutter. Perhaps 29.97 actually dips lower than the fastest frame in the source vid? I would check it in media info, and a few other programs to be sure.
If that's the case.. then you need to edit in ABOVE whatever that was (30?).
Know what I mean? A stutter is likely from skipped/dropped frames.
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Yeah think that must have been it, I ended up using Handbrake with it set to VFR and done my edits/deinterlacing at the same time. Seems to have worked now
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