moonie211 wrote:[QR] is notorious for those 100+ fps RAWS >.>
You can just load ones like that in virtualdub in full processing mode and uncheck "process all frames" then select "convert to fps" and put in 29fps
I had an episode with that frame rate and it worked fine with it.
That's generally not as good a way to deal with it because it'll process null frames as real frames, even though it's still pulling the footage back down to 23.976 or 29.97. Ideally, null frames should be taken out beforehand, so they won't get incorrectly processed. I'm not sure if forcefully pulling down the footage rather than removing null frames first can interfere with the motion, but I wouldn't chance it.
avi2tc's method will speed up or slow down mismatched sections (since the reason 120fps RAWs are made in the first place is to have 'VFR' in AVI, despite the fact that AVI doesn't support VFR), but it'll remove the vast majority of null frames (I think it does let some through that result from things like packed bitstream, but I'm not sure about that). And it does it losslessly to boot. No reencoding required, except what would normally be needed to cut clips or otherwise work with any other type of footage.