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  1. Been looking at this one for days trying to figure out how to decimate it. I even had a friend look at it, and we both went through over 100 frames, and there were still duplicates. Is there even a pattern to this one, or should I just rip it at 29.97?

    https://mega.nz/file/TokEnShD#qMGb2ZLCged5sjug_7G4krYvHbosoJub-P8ZJue4W0s
    Last edited by ZacharyGeorgeNN; 8th May 2021 at 15:26.
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  2. Aren't old motion picture films usually 18fps,..?
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  3. Originally Posted by Selur View Post
    Aren't old motion picture films usually 18fps,..?
    No.

    But why upload an entire VOB? I tried to download it and got an "Out of Memory" error after 937MB (!). I refuse to download and use their Download App. All we need is 20 or so well chosen seconds. Cut it using DGIndex or something.
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  4. Originally Posted by manono View Post
    Originally Posted by Selur View Post
    Aren't old motion picture films usually 18fps,..?
    No.

    But why upload an entire VOB? I tried to download it and got an "Out of Memory" error after 937MB (!). I refuse to download and use their Download App. All we need is 20 or so well chosen seconds. Cut it using DGIndex or something.
    Here's a small sample: https://mega.nz/file/TokEnShD#qMGb2ZLCged5sjug_7G4krYvHbosoJub-P8ZJue4W0s
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    I see approx 22 unique frames per second
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  6. Good sample. Too bad you had to screw it up by making an MKV out of it. I suggested DGIndex, not MakeMKV. Anyway, I get:

    TFM().TDecimate(Cycle=137,CycleR=37)

    21.876fps
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