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02-05-2004, 08:11 AM
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Well guys, I have an AVI from 29.970 and I would change to 25.000 FPS! And in one forum, they recomended to use this down Gripborders()

Code:
Gripborders()
Changefps(25,linear=true)
But if I use this command, TMPGEnc say me

"Script Error: Changefps dont have a named argument "linear"

Can someone help me?

Thanks!
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02-05-2004, 09:55 AM
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Try:

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AssumeFPS(25.000, false)
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02-05-2004, 10:36 AM
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That won't do the trick EM ! (in fact, that works but the speed will be slow down by 20% )

Calafat, you can't go from 29.970 to 25. You have to go to 23.976 first then use the line given by EM.
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02-05-2004, 10:53 AM
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Depends on the movie what to do (and Calafat should do a little search in here in the forum as I did explain it that many times).

If its a blockbuster/Hollywood Movie (and I dont want to know how the quality is, if someone before did encode a still telecined FILM NTSC to Avi):

Code:
Telecide()
decimate()
Assumefps(25.000,true)
ssrc(44100)
Do try the SSRC () command of avisynth as it nows also provides up and downscaling the samplerate. If it wont work use ResampleAudio(44100) instead. Both do give you an in-sync 44100 audio which matches to the video.

Just Change/Convert fps to 25 from a 29.976 is the worst you can do! And there are still some broadcastings in PAL land where they did that
NTSC Telecining and "converting" the fps to pal specs., ... will result in a horrible interlacing pattern and alful blendings even after deinterlacing .... Exact such an example I got last week when inspecting that crap of broadcast "Men in Black" capture provided by the station Pro7.

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02-05-2004, 11:32 AM
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If it's not telecined matherial, you could try this before the assumefps:

http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8678
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