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  1. Hi. I've used a script like this many times:
    trim(100,1000)++trim(200,500).SmoothFPS2(int(framerate*3), 2).AssumeFPS(framerate)
    but with the vid I'm currently trying to use it on, I get the error "Splice: video framerate doesn't match"

    Given this is the first time I've seen this error with a tried and tested script, I can only assume the vid is 'rogue' unless someone can suggest cause and cure...

    Thanks for your time.
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  2. Turned out to be a simple fix - use FFVideoSource instead of LSMASHVideoSource. There must be some kind of conflict between this particular vid and Smash as it's never before refused the SmoothFPS2 command.
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