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  1. Hi,

    I've donwload a flv from dailymotion but this file is in 30 fps

    The resolution is 320*240 and I'd like to convert it to avi or to vcd to watch it on tv.

    The problem is how to convert it to keep smooth motion and avoid synch problems ?

    This video is a making of a french music video so the original video was shoot for PAL format.

    What settings (avisynth, virtualdub,...) should I use ?

    Thanks.
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    Use Any Video Converter
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    To keep fair motion (avoid dropping frames) you can resize video vertically (e.g. to 352x576) and interlace in AviSynth:

    ChangeFPS(50)
    Lanczos4Resize(352x576)
    AssumeTFF().SeparateFields()
    SelectEvery(4,0,3).Weave()

    or use MVFlowFPS function of MVTools plugin instead of ChangeFPS

    P.S. Just noticed about its PAL origin, then it would be different, most likely there are repeated frames and something like Decimate(6) of Decomb plugin could help but first it's better to explore the video frame by frame in VDub
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  4. I soluced the problem. It was a big in Tmpg Xpress 4 which detect video as 30 fps. I used FLVExtract + FFDShow and now's it's 25 fps.
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    Originally Posted by cd090580
    It was a big in Tmpg Xpress 4 which detect video as 30 fps.
    If you tried to open the flv directly in Xpress then it's usual DirectShow problem, the same thing is in AviSynth DirectShowSource: you have to type the actual framerate as a parameter (taken e.g. from a player).
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  6. Thanks.
    I will try that.
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