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Mental 09-05-2004 01:48 PM

Converting 29.970 fps avi to Pal
 
I would like to be able, with command line tools where possible, to convert a 29.970 fps avi to 25 fps Pal.

I have managed to write a gui program which does all my conversions for me, swapping between frame rates and quality with a couple of button clicks, but have been unsuccessful in converting the above framerate.

I have Besweet, VirtualDub, VirtualDub Mod, AviSynth 2.5 and that kind of thing if these can be used?

I tried writing an avs file that told virtualdub mod to read the audio and video as 25 fps and timestretch the audio but when I tried automating this with the virtualdub script it wouldn`t open the virtualdub script itself.

Then I tried besweet ripping the avi audio to mp2 at a video framerate converted to 25 fps but this fails. Can anyone advise please :?:

incredible 09-05-2004 02:03 PM

If the source is a hollywoodmovie then

Telecide().decimate()


If the source is interlaced then look here to obtain aprogressive solution:
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8678

Or if its for you ok to end up interlaced then.

Kernelbob() # search for it on forum.doom9.org
BilinearResize(... PAL Resolution here...)
ConvertFPS?(50)
SeparateFields()
SelectEvery(4, 1, 2)
Weave()

Mental 09-05-2004 02:19 PM

Dumb question, but do you mean to use them without any parameters in an avisynth script?

Would I still be okay to add an assumefps(25) after or does this automatically change the rate?

Thanks for the patience :)


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