mirkosp wrote:kickass331 wrote:mirkosp wrote:You seem to not understand the issue: he was presenting you with the fact that some sources are, in fact, 29.97 to begin with, and forcing them to 23.976 would make the motion look jerky.
29.976 is ntsc and only occurs with interlacing, 23.976 is the same amount of visual data. the 5th frame is a blended frame, it is called telecining. Footage that is not telecine does not need 23.976 fps, in that case it is 30fps progressive. It is ok to be 30 fps then. If something is PAL, 25 fps, or is not telecine and is ntsc, then it is better to force film 25 is close to 24, and material that is interlaced and not telecined is best matched to the source material with force film. Finding DVDs that are telecine is really an advantage and is the best version of interlaced material.
...you really don't understand. DVDs can be vfr. In fact, allow me to bring you an example. The DVDs of LOGH have both 23.976 telecined scenes and 29.97 full interlaced sequences. And yes, the 29.97 sequences are fully animated and so are the 23.976 one. Arbitrarily picking a framerate will make the motion of the other look jerky. If you still don't understand then I'll just quit trying. I'm not sure how much good helping a troll will do anyway.
just use an adaptive decimator when you ivtc such as TDecimate or FDecimate and it will automatically remove the arbitrary frames and resynchronize everything, it will be seamless because it will simply remove the frame no matter how arbitrary. just read this : http://neuron2.net/fdecimate/fdecimate.html
also there is an old doom9 guide that I read years ago that is on their main guide section for using dvddecrypter, dgindex, and avisynth.