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I have a bunch of VHS cassettes of animation movies (most are rare Disney movies of which only the VHS version contains a Dutch dub). I captured them to interlaced, 25 fps Huffyuv AVIs, and now I want to encode them to MP4 using Hybrid. Are there any settings that I would be best to adjust compared to "live action" home videos? I've read on this site that a framerate of 12 is best for animation. Is that true? Is there an optimal way to achieve that with Hybrid when also deinterlacing with QTGMC?
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