This one confuses me.
The second half of that first sample (after the zoom-in on the ball thing) is just hard telecined so tfm().tdecimate() works fine but first part has different problem.TIA!
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That first part uses all kinds of different 'real' framerates, up to and including 59.94fps (interlaced 29.97fps). SmartDecimate was the champ at handling this sort of thing for a fixed framerate (23.976), but if you don't want to go that route, maybe do a standard IVTC in the whole thing followed by some interpolation to smooth some of the more obvious jumps.
I only checked the first sample.
Last edited by manono; 3rd Sep 2014 at 04:54.
Last edited by max_cady; 4th Sep 2014 at 09:49.
Smart bob them to 59.94 fps. That won't be any jerkier than the source.
Last edited by jagabo; 3rd Sep 2014 at 18:14.